kiamichikate at gmail.com
Tue Nov 17 13:33:14 PST 2009
Your Grace, having followed this conversation, I feel compelled to try to
assauge your angst at HE Ian's comments. Those of us who know Ian read his
musings exactly as Angus described. He was reflecting on his and his fellow
-chastised bards' growth since that time. They were unsophisticated back
then, but have since matured into the respected leaders we love so well. We
all saw in our minds' eyes the sheepish grin he was wearing when he penned
With utmost respect,
Franziska von Locknitz
On Tue, Nov 17, 2009 at 1:10 PM, willowdewisp at juno.com <
willowdewisp at juno.com> wrote:
> j.t.herring at sbcglobal.net
> Dear Ian
> I am so sorry about destroying your sing a long.so long ago. but have you
> ever bothered to find out my point of view.
> I had been ordered by the King and Queen to make a Bardic circle for our
> people and to invite the bards of the know world to come to it. I had asked
> all of the people in the crown pavilion to take part Bards from other groups
> had honored us by coming and they were trying to perform. You choose not to
> take part but sit up next to it and rudely sing through their performance.
> As Baron would you let invited guests in your barony be treated that way,
> The Bardic circle I was trying to maintain was on the schedule and I can
> assure you if it had been a private one not one sponsored by the kingdom I
> wouldn't of asked you to move. Yours and other Ansteorras that night made me
> give up organizing Bardic anythings.
> I am highly hurt to have you complain about me on a public list without
> asking why I did it. You are famous for your fairness. Was that fair to me?
> We need to talk face to face about this.
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