Posted by: Author | September 26, 2012

Wordless Wednesday

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  1. Can’t wait to hear about this one it’s intriguing.

    • Thanks! It’s part of the tomb of my ancestor in England.

  2. Wow. Cool that you were able to find the tomb. That is ornate! 🙂

    • My son found it. My ancestor is very famous so it was pretty easy. Look up Sir Thomas Gresham when you get time.

      • What an interesting story Sir Thomas has. it looks like he had some…unusual methods, but he managed to balance the King’s budget. And he was a smart financier, getting paid in land. It feels appropriate that your ancestor founded a college. Nice genes. 🙂

      • Thanks for taking the time to look him up. We’re very proud of him. Interestingly, my revolutionary war ancestor was also a Thomas Gresham. And I love that the original founded a college and kept his head in a particularly blood thirsty era.

  3. Love it!!!!

  4. It looks like that poor knight got sucked into some kind of vortex. He needs a hero to rescue him from it.

    • Heheh. Yes, he needs a heroine to help him, shay.

  5. Why am I not getting your posts?Glad I found this; I love it!

    • Don’t know. Mysteries of the universe. I have the same issue on some blogs I follow on WP. I get some to my inbox and not others.

  6. hmmmm.Some people’s I get continually.I found yours and another persons while looking through “Manage Your Subscriptions”.Well, I will just have to make an effort to find you! Here I am getting Canadians, Romanians,Indians commenting and I wonder if the Americans are not getting mine?


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