ES - Peer associates
draeco at swbell.net
Tue May 26 03:12:36 PDT 1998
Paul Mitchell wrote:
> Kate, I'm right here! If you like, I'd be happy to help you with
> your bardic; some people think I'm a decent bard.
> Regarding peerage associates (squire, protege, apprentice), it
> really varies with the peer. Some peers prefer to be asked,
> others prefer to do the asking. Some (such as myself) will
> sometimes ask, but are receptive to being asked, as well. So
> there's no hard and fast rule. If there's some peer you're
> interested in being associated with, I'd encourage you to approach
> her about it.
> I hope this helps.
> - Galen of Bristol, Viscount, KSCA, Pel., Premier Bard of Ansteorra,
> Viscountess Kate wrote:
> > Arabella please let me know who won the bardic also. I was going to
> > compete but chickened out. I have never done anything like that
> > before. May be you can suggest someone to aid me in becoming a bard, I
> > don't sing. It was geat meeting you and I enjoyed my self enormously.
> > I am looking forward to next years.
> > What are the rules on becomeing a apprentice or protogee in this
> > kingdom. I was told that a Pel or a laraul had to come and ask you to
> > apprentice or protegee to them. Is this true? Talk soon, V.kate aka
> > Barb Ps. Do you have Galen's addy? thanks
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Thank you. I am somewhat confused coming from Aten to Ansteorra;
however, I am much happier here. Maybe it's time for me to try
something new. I really appreciate your guidance. V. Kate
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