Madelina de Lindesay
lymadelina at earthlink.net
Sun Mar 28 11:31:57 PST 2004
I was hoping to make bardic as well. I am going into withdrawal pains and NEED a bardic. But duty calls. My college roommate lost her mother, who had been in the hospital since October. So I rallied the troops (my best friend and my college suitemates), and we stayed up until almost 2 a.m. this morning cooking (and drinking margaritas afterward - had to have a wake of sorts, even if Linda was a Baptist.) We did sing a little, as Linda was the niece of Earnest Tubb. We cooked so much food, you'd think we were going to war. I don't want to see mashed potatoes anytime soon.
On a side note, does anyone know if it's just a southern tradition, or does everybody take food to the bereaved? If everyone does it, how long has this been a tradition?
Miss you all,
Madelina -- getting very tired of funerals here lately
From: mama mac <mama_mac at airmail.net>
Sent: Mar 26, 2004 8:48 PM
To: loch-ruadh at ansteorra.org
Subject: [Loch-Ruadh] Bardic
The Baron & Baroness have offered me a ride to Glaslyn's Defender of the Flame.
I will try to make it to Bardic when I get back.
LOCH RUADH REALLY ROCKS!!!!
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