31157Re: Halloween 2006 AD.(31139 aggodchap)
- Nov 1 2:00 AM---That's OK Wings, you probably got confused by the fact I'm Welsh
but I don't have a Welsh name, and Gwen isn't Welsh but 'is' a Welsh
name. On the subject of mead and fertility, I'm way too old to be at
risk there, in fact my eldest grandson Damien* aged 17 would be
shocked to the core, I think.
*His dad named him, the idea of his name was nothing to do with our
family and he's a good kid honest! lol
In firstname.lastname@example.org, "wings081" <wings081@...> wrote:
> Dear Alison
> I owe both you and Gwen (Queen of cryptic cypher) apologies for
> getting your names mixed in my post Halloween 2006.
> Caerphilly and Chicago both have the initial letter 'C' but that's
> excuse and I'm sorry Alison.If you read this Gwen you may feeleither
> honoured to be included among we celts,or you may find it a trifle
> daunting tonight to know your name has been mentioned in connection
> with the spirit world.
> Alison, I can identify with your tribe meeting at funerals.It's
> there or weddings for me where I met with old friends I thought wereis
> long since gone.
> The best connecting link with relatives and friends is the yearly
> Chrismas card exchange.
> At your Samhain tonight,go easy on the mead. When my wife and I had
> guest houses we would give that drink to honeywmoon couples and when
> they returned the following year they usually had a 3 month old baby
> with them. The real mead,if it's anything like we brew in Cornwall,
> a pretty potent libation.had
> Tax laws in those days favoured couples marrying in October and we
> many staying with us for Halloween.I don't remember if any namedtheir
> first born Damien.
> Have a great night Alison
> As always
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