[SCA-AE] A Gathering of the Bards - Many Thanks
saganth at yahoo.com
Thu Mar 12 10:38:58 EDT 2009
Many thanks to you all as well from my lady and I! We had a wonderful time and we hope to see you all again soon.
("Games Guru" - heehee!)
Feminae intellegenses me excitant; feminae intelligensiores me domum ductant. Si legere potes, quid opperis?
--- On Wed, 3/11/09, May Lovelace <mrlovelace34 at gmail.com> wrote:
> From: May Lovelace <mrlovelace34 at gmail.com>
> Subject: [SCA-AE] A Gathering of the Bards - Many Thanks
> To: cusca-l at cornell.edu, discussion at aethelmearc.org
> Date: Wednesday, March 11, 2009, 6:25 PM
> Well, another event has come and gone
> and I find that it is now time to tip
> my hat to those wonderful souls who helped to make the day
> *The Trolls* - To Buddha and Karen and all the wonderful
> people who
> volunteered to spend some time at the troll desk, thank you
> for your help
> and hard work. Having never done that job before, being to
> walk away and
> know that the paperwork, etc. was in the hands of
> knowledgeable people was a
> true blessing.
> *The Food-o-crats* - To Donna and Liz, thank you for your
> beautiful, and
> delicious, buffet. Everything was so nicely done and sooo
> yummy. Nothing
> makes a great party like great food and this food was
> fabulous and
> *The Marshal* - Johnny, thank you for proving to a
> non-fighter that watching
> fighting can be fun. I loved all the great creative and fun
> scenarios and
> some of the after battle stories were great!
> *The MOL* - Ah, my knight wrangler in golden armor. Lady
> Nivah, thank you so
> much for putting a shaky first time autocrat at ease. You
> heard a damsel
> crying in distress and came riding in with your notepad
> drawn. Thank you!
> *The Youth Director* - It's always hard to pass your
> beloved job to another
> and walk away. Thank you Donna for being you. Knowing you
> were on the job,
> gave me a breath of fresh air, and the kids loved the
> flower pots!
> *The Games Guru* - To Rubyn and Rena, my new friends from
> the northern
> lands, thank you for setting a great game room and teaching
> us the art of
> fun. Makes a nice reprieve from autocrating duties as well,
> *The Scriptorium Director* - How great it is to walk into a
> room full of
> scribes that are so entranced by their work that they don't
> even realize
> you're there. Astraya, thank you for putting together and
> running a great
> *The Door People* (aka the Laurel's Crafting Bee) - Thank
> you guys for being
> willing to endure the chilly air over and over and over and
> over again to
> let us in and out all day. It was really fun to see how
> that little social
> circle grew.
> *The Movers of Heavy Things* - Many hands make light work,
> which is
> especially important when the tables are this friggin'
> heavy! Thank you to
> all those kind folks who came out on Friday and Sunday and
> early on Saturday
> to help us to get setup, including a special thanks for
> letting a first time
> autocrat try some new things.
> And of course, a great big thank you to everyone who came
> out to enjoy the
> day with us.
> Lady Magdalena de Mayfeld
> (aka May Lovelace) <discussion at aethelmearc.org>
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