RE: [ticket2write] Halloween 2006 AD.
- Only you, my friend, could make a history lesson such a delight. Well done.
From: firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:email@example.com] On
Behalf Of wings081
Sent: Monday, October 30, 2006 5:53 AM
Subject: [ticket2write] Halloween 2006 AD.
Halloween 2006 AD.
I live in Cornwall, that part of England renowned for boundary transgression
Covens of witches, warlocks, necromancy, magic of all kinds, black white or
grey,we have more than our fair share of them. It is an accepted part of our
heritage down here, much the same as Voodoo is accepted as a normal part of
the island of Haiti.
- ---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
- Dear Faye
Thank you for those kind words. Re. "Keep up the good work"
I'll try, but there are so many excellent wriiters and poets
at t2w I find it a hard task to keep abreast of them with my simole
--- In email@example.com, "Faye" <kittykattklaws@...> wrote:
> Wings, what a great thing you have written! I love it. Keep up the
> good work!