Ordinary day

I've had to separate them.

I read today that Peter Abelard and Honorius Augustodunensis doubted that story-tellers could be saved. And Wace apparently lamented that tale-tellers retold history with too much artistic license — conveniently ignoring the courtly embellishment he himself added when he refashioned Geoffrey of Monmouth’s account of Arthur…

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5 thoughts on “Ordinary day

    • Chera says:

      😀 I love my Rainbow Brite Playmobil fairy and my flightless cross-eyed dragon, even if they don’t like each other. (It’s hard to tell in the picture, but his fire is a little off-kilter too. Hee.)

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