[LMB] The last of the Birthday Tixie for September
k.m.allis at gmail.com
Wed Nov 1 21:11:10 GMT 2017
Eric's tour was so engrossing that I completely failed to let you know what
it was like! A month on tour, that's hardly time to see anything, right?
So many new foods to try. I can say though that Kshatriya was really
interesting. Words fail me - really, you should go there! I was very much
looking forward to what the Tixie came up with this year and really
My passport did need updating though as I got married in January and
February and decided I would change my name. For the tixie's records, my
new surname is Long. My birthday hasn't changed though.
Eric - I hope you've now well and truly recovered from your surgery.
[In real life things got in the way, I ended up with a mental block on
replying, it became one of those things, and sadly I've not been near the
list since until today. But I miss you all, so. Also, I see there's a new
Penric novella so what a time to come back!]
Katrina L (in London)
On 30 September 2017 at 21:23, Eric Oppen <ravenclaweric at gmail.com> wrote:
> Looking rather the worse for wear, with his face stitched up from surgery,
> the Birthday Tixie shambles in and declaims:
> Today, in 1982, our fellow listie Katrina Allis was born. Katrina, for
> your birthday, you will be taken on a tour of the entire Nexus. Starting
> from Earth, you will be visiting Beta Colony, Eta Ceta, Ylla, Jackson's
> Whole (be careful here!) Barrayar, Sergyar, Quaddiespace, and various and
> sundry other worlds. On these worlds, you will get tours of the points of
> interest, a chance to sample the local cuisine, (carefully checked for
> potential or actual allergens) and, if you desire it, local companions of
> whatever sort you desire.
> Have fun and do send us some info on Kshatriya, will you?
> Since he's still recovering, the Tixie staggers back off stage, heading
> back to his cozy armchair.
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Prayer, he suspected as he hoisted himself up and turned for the door, was
putting one foot in front of the other. Moving all the same.
Lois McMaster Bujold, _Curse of Chalion_
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