Sorry but I have to disagree... I firmly believe we should do something to remember ourpeople. And not everyone was a part of the major kinds
of stories that Crag so wonderfully wrote for us. But I think so often of so many wonderful people and there should be something to remember them.
(Remembering Muriel Wynne ..... Phillipe de Mortain... Cormach..... Luciana.... Lenore.... Marie de Lancy....Celegur... Duncan.... and many many more.)
> Date: Mon, 18 Nov 2013 21:40:08 -0600
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> Subject: Re: [CALONTIR] SCA 50th Stuff
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> I hate this idea. I have absolutely no desire to be represented after Iím gone by some sad Coat of Arms on a dusty banner. And I donít believe that any of the ones we have lost would want to be remembered that way. I had always hoped someone would take up Cragís Histories and carry on with them.
> On Nov 18, 2013, at 9:28 PM, Ted Eisenstein <[log in to unmask]
> >> Second is actually serious. One question in the survey asked if we'd
> >> like to have memorial shields for anyone or any group that is no longer
> >> with us.
> >> I think we should do something like this. Pavel is not the only one we
> >> should remember like we did at Pennsic, in my opinion. Furthermore, I
> >> would be happy to help make this happen.
> > ...
> >> What do you all think?
> > Good idea for people. Groups, though? Are we talking cantons, shires,
> > and baronies? Guilds? Households? Loose conglomerations of people who
> > kept together for two months and then disappeared? Couples who headed
> > households but got divorced, each taking half the household?
> > People is easier. Much easier. Who's going to volunteer to keep the
> > list of those who have departed?
> > Alban, suddenly hip deep in the morass at the end of Memory Lane