Can you tell I'm on digest?
- Responding to several posts...
I'm just plain English! Mabel de Wymburn, living on a manor outside of
Norwich around 1350-1365. Husband away fighting in the wars so it is up
to me to tend to hearth and land and care for our people.
Plus, a Loud Huzzah! to Lord Earnan MacKay!!
Many congratulations on your achievement! One of the wondrous things
about the SCA is court, especially court at "field events". I know that
many people choose to not attend court at events. I highly recommend
you try it at least once. Morning court tells you what happens that
day. Evening court lets you know who did what. At Daffodil Archery
last weekend he small number of us who gathered for court Sunday evening
(or casual "Courtlet" as our Baroness called it) made as loud a noise as
a hundred as our cry of "An Tir!" bounced back from the trees and
echoed across the Orting site.
MAbel de Wymburn
Greetings cousin, even if you be many generations after me, you are
I do agree with you about courts. There is considerable variety in
how interesting they can be. Given the right people on the high
seats, they can be a ton of fun. Some are more business oriented with
less humor but almost every court I have been to has been worth it in
terms of being interesting. They are a major part of any event.
--- In scanewcomers@y..., Dan and Jennifer <danandjay@e...> wrote:
> Responding to several posts...
> I'm just plain English! Mabel de Wymburn, living on a manor
> Norwich around 1350-1365. Husband away fighting in the wars so it
> to me to tend to hearth and land and care for our people.
> MAbel de Wymburn