Last Wednesday saw the Winter poetry competition at the Methel Stage, organized by miss Jadite. I entered a poem, and wonder of wonders if it didn’t win the second prize, after Miss Nonette!
Welcome to a yule-themed Green Dragon Friday! Hobbits all over are invited to celebrate yule Bywater style! And if yer have yule-themed music, stories, poetry or similar yer would like to perform, don’t hesitate to sign up!
December 18, and the roads to Bramblebury were packed with hobbits and the odd tall traveller. All set their course fer the stage on the homestead island, to witness the handfasting ceremony of Amorey and Peppy.
Tonight was the big day in Bramblebury, when Amorey and Peppy had their handfasting ceremony! Here’s a song written for the occasion.
The Grand Order of the Lost Mathom held its annual yule party last night! As with any hobbit party, there was much in the way of food, music, speeches, poetry and fireworks. And of course, the company of good friends!
Yule time is music time! Not least on Laurelin, where new bands pop up faster than yer can eat a biscuit. Last week saw two winter and yule themed concerts kick off the yule celebrations; one by one of the oldest bands around, another by a relatively new group of musicians. Here are a few …
So I have moved me burrow to a new host (from one.com to Hostgator)! There may be a few issues still, but hopefully, this works now. To celebrate this, here is a listing of all the upcoming hobbity events.
So the Grand Order was out looking fer a lost mathom tonight, and we ended up being lost ourselves down a huge, scary rift. Here are some pictures from the search.
So I tend ter write a few lyrics about the Shire, and here is yet another one. More often than not, they tend ter be about the simple, carefree aspects of hobbit life. Which I love dearly meself.
So many hobbits went on a field trip last night, over to Buckland. It was a night of stories and tales, poems and even a song. And many, many sausages.