[Elfsea] not period, newcomer intro

Daralynn Brittain elspeth013 at hotmail.com
Fri Sep 15 05:21:20 PDT 2006


Greetjings also from Elspeth de Stervlen,

I sure could use some help waterbearing next weekend at Elfsea Defender.  
Let me know, email me privately if you can volunteer there, also.

Thanks,

Lady Elspeth


>From: "Virginia Gatling" <ginlee at cnbcom.net>
>Reply-To: Barony of Elfsea <elfsea at lists.ansteorra.org>
>To: "Barony of Elfsea" <elfsea at lists.ansteorra.org>
>Subject: Re: [Elfsea] not period, newcomer intro
>Date: Thu, 14 Sep 2006 16:23:27 -0500
>
>Greetings and Welcome to Ansteorra Rua,
>
>Volunteerism...are you going to the Rose Tourney in November? I need help -
>all sort of help..set-up, feast stuff and many other items that need to be
>done. I pay well, provide sustenance and support. If you are able please
>volunteer to be part of my work crew! Please, pretty please!
>
>Anyone else interested in volunteering for my work crews? I will see that
>you get word fame, you will be fed well and I may have largess available as
>well. I need people for set-up and for help with all aspects of kitchen 
>help
>and servers in addition to those the feast-o-crat has already retained.
>
>All interested e-mail me and sign up to VOLUNTEER.
>
>In need of more help,
>Countess Regina
>
>
>----- Original Message -----
>From: "Miss I Brow" <starstruck503 at hotmail.com>
>To: <elfsea at lists.ansteorra.org>
>Sent: Thursday, September 14, 2006 3:37 PM
>Subject: Re: [Elfsea] not period, newcomer intro
>
>
> > Greetings, all!  I am new to your fair Barony and wish to introduce
> > myself,
> > as well as address the question posed by the Duchess Willow de Wisp:
> >
> > Mundanely I go by the name Mary Ann Brower.  In the society, I am called
> > rua, which is Gaelic for red.  My society name, known to very few, is 
>Lady
> > Mairi Besswicke.  I am suffer (gladly) from chronic volunteerism and 
>want
> > to
> > be able to do *everything* passably well.  At present my interests
> > include,
> > calligraphy and illumination, working with glass (lampwork and stained
> > glass), bobbin lace, cooking, astrology, hammered dulcimer, apprentice
> > chirurgeon and the late Tudor/early Elizabethan era.  Past interests,
> > which
> > may or may not be revived sponaneously, include rapier, spinning, 
>weaving,
> > natural dyes, smithing, embroidery/teneriffe lace, jewelry making,
> > solelties, heavy weapons, herbals/oils, soapmaking, runes/tarot, and
> > Middle
> > Eastern and European dance.  Actually, there is little I am not 
>interested
> > in, only things I haven't had time or opportunity to try yet.
> >   I am not generally one to be in charge of projects/groups, but shine 
>as
> > support, so please invite me to join your workforce!
> >
> > Now to answer the posed question:
> > I personally find myself responding to the person who shows a real
> > interest
> > in what I am doing, and somewhere in the conversation, after determining
> > that I *am* interested in "being period" makes a few casual suggestions.
> > I
> > hold the the adage that it is easier to do it right than not, as the
> > medieval indset was usually into getting it done and not into 
>complicating
> > things.  Perhaps a good way of doing it would be to invite the people to
> > do
> > some research with a group, so everyone can benefit and learn without
> > being
> > singled out?  It's hard to tell as a newcomer whether you will want to 
>be
> > competitive with your workor not, and there is enough game for people of
> > both schools of thought, but it is helpful to know the rules so you can
> > decide whether you want to break/ignore them.  Sometimes seeing the work
> > of
> > others and seeing the accolades being given out might spark an interest 
>in
> > being PC (period correct).  Just random thoughts...
> >
> >>We need to tell people the rules of the game, but we need to do it in
> >>a nice way. Does anyone remember a time when someone set you on the
> >>right path and did in a way that made you feel good? I would like to
> >>hear about their techniques. Courtesy is one of the pillars of the
> >>magic that is Ansteorra. We are smart people. We need to figure out
> >>how to tell people things without hurting their feelings.
> >>Duchess Willow de Wisp
> >>
> >>
> >>
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