A travel journal....a diary....a place to kick back a bit. Laughter and poignancy are correct here. Rants are, well, for my OTHER blog.
Sign in a local occult shop..."shoplifters will be frogged".
Fire house dogs. Go figure.
Frank! What have you done! Gone over the dark side! Oh My.
Pocahontas. No, my mistake, Poca-woof-tas.
A little interesting thing - Dear Cheri of Berry Batch blogdom is a DIRECT DESCENDANT of Pocahontas.how cool is that?
Its possible. That line is really well documented.http://pocahontas.morenus.org/poca_desc.htmlhttp://www.accessgenealogy.com/native/pocahontas/http://www.powhatan.org/powfaq.htmlLots of people think she had a "relationship" with John Smith, but of course, she and Smith only participated in a ritual of mock execution and redemption to bring the two distrustful tribes (Powatan and English) together. She married another John, John Rolfe, and went to England, where she was a sensation, and was introduced to English society as a "Princess". She was a princess of course, but well out of the line of succession, so the famous rebuke from Queen Anne to John Rolfe that he married royalty without her permission is considered to be bogus. Neat story though.
Awwww. I love Poca-woof-tas! I also love the story of Pocahontas. I wish Disney hadn't effed up the story.
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