[Namron] Word Fame
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Mon Apr 9 16:10:24 PDT 2007
Nay, dearest friend, the blessings are on me.
For your friendship has made the Barony my home.
Thou hast given me a friendship that I had only dreamt
of before... Anything that I may due is only repayment
for your kindness towards myself and my family.
Just ask and if it be within my power, it is yours.
Lady Lucrezia di Gilead...the greatful.
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> Date: Mon, 9 Apr 2007 14:40:35 -0700 (PDT)
> From: Samarrah bint Annaan
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> Subject: [Namron] Word Fame
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> Unto the populous of the Greate and Beautiful Barony
> of Namron, and it's lands to the east and southe,
> the Canton of Skorragardr and the country folke what
> hath been knowne as Kuhneigan. All ye with ears to
> heare and hearts to listen, draw near and paye heede
> to the word fame of which I seek to bring unto you.
> Upon this very past weeks end, unto the dwelling of
> Lord Orlando and Lady Katarina di Gilead, which is
> nestled in the wildnerness that one must cross to
> bridge the chasim betwixt our fair Namron and our
> belovede Wiesenfuer cousins to the north, there was
> I brought forth with maney a bagge and baskette of
> finely crafte flora of which there were an abundance
> of purplish and greenlye colours.
> These sacks and bags of silken pettles were lifted
> from my shoulders and I was given rest at the home
> of the di Gilead clan. Thereby I beheld four
> ladies, fair of heart, light of voice, and cheerful
> in their labour, sitting 'round yon oak table with
> blossomse and shears in hand. The ladies were but
> those of mine own barony, being the Honerable Lady
> Adena Terricsdottir, Lady Katarina di Gilead, of
> whose hospitality we thereby were taking, a lady
> Julia of the Fair Haired, and mine own sister of the
> heart, the Lady Lu"crazia" di Gilead, the beloved.
> Within but a few hours of industry, I and these
> ladies of good name and family, did make lovely and
> large bouquets of flowering silk flowers and many,
> many rosebuds and orchids to pin above the hearts of
> the gentlemen they were intended for, so that the
> wedding of my dear and only daughter, Heather,
> (remembered by those in these lands as Michaella the
> Mer-guard), to her intended, (the brave, kind,
> stoic, and frightfully stuck in the mundane Randy of
> the Woodsmen), may be filled with loveliness and
> colour and joy upon the 26th day of May in this
> But let us also not forget the kindness and
> generosity of Lady Jacqueline Reynolds and her
> husband of but weeks and days, the one and only
> Honorable Lord Barat FitzWalter Reynolds. They,
> being newly wed themselves, are bestowing upon my
> fair daughter the use of their many and varied
> decorations from their own handfasting to brighten
> the chapel in which my child is to be wed.
> Oh, yea, to ye who hear these words that I speak
> forth upon the magical waves of light unto the boxes
> into which we all peer, seeking the answers to the
> important questions of life, (like "who hath but
> shot the rogue J.R." or "by chance doth the wife of
> yon buggish English Bard dance gracefully upon her
> wooden leg?"), know that I shall praise and spread
> word fame for these of whom I spake.
> And know also that there are many of whom have given
> oaths to share their talents for my daughters
> wedding..and soon I shall be spreading forth word
> fame for them as well....
> But, alas, I have taken so much of your time, and
> hath but used up the time that was mine own. So,
> farewell for now, and thank you Lucrezia, Katarina,
> Adena, Julie, and Jaqueline for all that you have
> done for my little girl.
> ...much more to follow upon yon later date.
> Lady Samarah Basimah Latifa al Dhakira bint Anaan
> bint Mellilah
> God be with you in every pass. Jesus be with you on
> every hill. Spirit be with you in every stream,
> headland, ridge and law, each sea and land, each
> moor and meadow, lying down and rising up,in the
> trough of the waves or on the crest of the billow.
> Each step of the journey you go, go with God.
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