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Re: a question of bowing

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  • katfletcher
    If you are just passing by, make sure you skirt around them if at all possible. Meaning make a slight semi-circle in your path, not right next to them. Try to
    Message 1 of 3 , May 3, 2002
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      If you are just passing by, make sure you skirt around them if at all
      possible. Meaning make a slight semi-circle in your path, not right
      next to them. Try to keep your body turned slightly towards the "Hat"
      until you are more than half way around the circle, and bow the upper
      half of your body forward with a dip of the head as well. If you want
      to be more elaborate, hold your skirts slightly out from your body
      and bend one knee while the other foot is tucked slightly behid
      the "dipping" foot. Don't go too low or you will lose balance! Keep
      your momentum headed around that circle. You may walk away with your
      back to them, once you have moved around the semi-circle.

      The other important thing is to keep your ears closed, so to speak.
      Keep your mind from overhearing their conversation, you don't want to
      blow the surprise of the award you are receiving in evening court!!
      Kathryn


      --- In scanewcomers@y..., wolfsixtythree2001 <no_reply@y...> wrote:
      > So how should ladies bow?
      > when walking by the Crowns, or the King and the Queen...
      > full explainations would be appreciated or descriptions of the
      proper
      > way to show how to do this...
    • wolfsixtythree2001
      Many thanks, for your kind and generous reply.
      Message 2 of 3 , May 6, 2002
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        Many thanks, for your kind and generous reply.
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