Suzanne of Woodwose Hall Hall became Provincial Mistress of Arts.
“Apropos of not very much -- somewhere along in here we should be encountering one of my all-time-favorite second-hand tales.... Somewhere along in here, didn't TRM Paul and Carol attend a feast in An Tir where the menu -- featuring roast suckling pig -- had been calligraphed by someone with a great deal of enthusiasm and little knowledge of letter-form usage?” – Hilary of Serendip
“The feast was in Lions Gate, the scribe was Nikolai Andreiov. We still have a copy of the infamous menu. Master Nikolai is now a Master of the Laurel. He mistakenly used the long "S" at the beginning of a word, when he should have used the short "S".” – Amanda Kendal of Westmoreland
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