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That's a really good point.  Thanks.

-Ingibiorg

On Sun, Dec 21, 2014 at 3:45 PM, Eleanor Deyeson <[log in to unmask]>
wrote:

> Our recent losses make one think about the past and future. What will
> happen to all our neat SCA stuff? Everyone should have at least a
> discussion with loved ones regarding their "SCA will", if not an actual
> legal document. And these can be hard thoughts. I asked Gerald Goodwine
> what he would want done with the Great Machine. I don't have the passion to
> set up and run it, yet it is not just a project to display on the shelf,
> but requires use. He is still thinking about that. None of our bio-children
> are anywhere near a place in life to manage it, and may or may not ever
> develop the passion.
> Also, your local herald can assist with registering a "heraldic will" -
> that makes it easier to deal with permission to conflict questions. There
> are a variety of options. You can even will your complete arms to another
> person.
> This post brought to you by the knight's chain, belt & armor that was
> found for sale at an estate auction.
>
>
> Eleanor Deyeson
>
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