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Here's another in the "Scenes from Page and Screen," this week featuring the early fourteenth century romance Havelok:
"In the night, as Goldborow lay, sorry and sorrowful was she always, for she believed she was deceived, and married against her degree. One night she saw therein a light, a light so fair, so bright-- So bright and shining, as if it were a blaze of fire. She looked north and also south, and saw it came out of Havelok's mouth, who lay beside her in bed."
Friday, January 4, 2008
This could be an outtake of a scene from Treasure Island, or maybe Peter Pan. This guy just wasn't feeling it.
A little shout-out to Aunt Doris. Thanks for letting us visit!
Baby Lyra-pig needs to grow into her Big Wheel apparently