Queen Wench for a Day!

RoyalrobeMinna ‘s name has been drawn as Queen Wench for Today!  Congratulations, Minna, and in your honor, we’re granting you the virtual use of Queen Victoria’s robes for today.

In honor of St Pat’s Day, we thought you might enjoy exploring an Irish castle…to be virtually yours for this day.
Castle

Home of the Earls of Longford for 350 years, it contains history, furnishings, and architecture covering three centuries.  That should take you some time to putter around!

BanquetAnd exploring anything that large will certainly work up an appetite, so we thought a quick flight to England and a lovely dinner for a few of your close friends and family at Windsor might be appropriate this evening.  Each of the trusses is handmade and the wood comes from 300 green oak trees cut from the royal grounds.  Say hi to the Queen should you meet her in the halls!

Nina has already stopped by and left a gorgeous ring fit for a queen: Ring

and this splendid set of Sevres vases which I would love to borrow when you’re done with them:

Vases
 

I’ll check back here regularly through the day, so if any readers would like to leave Minna a few virtual gifts, I’ll post them throughout the day.  Minna, I’d love to post a photo of you (or your pets or any other favorite object <G>) on the blog, but you’d have to give me a computer link to it so I can retrieve it.  If you don’t have a website, you could email an image to PBRice@aol.com .  Any other virtula gifts can be mailed that way as well if you don’t have a web link.

Have fun!

PS: I’m amending this after discovering a number of our wenchly readers have material chosen by Bookends Literary Agency in their opening paragraph contest.  Check it out at: http://bookendslitagency.blogspot.com/  And congratulations all of you!  I know you’ve been working hard.  Doesn’t justification feel fine?

25 thoughts on “Queen Wench for a Day!”

  1. All hail Queen Wench Minna!
    May you be be blessed with gold and good health.
    Long live the Queen!
    Nina, aka the littlest wenchling.

    Reply
  2. All hail Queen Wench Minna!
    May you be be blessed with gold and good health.
    Long live the Queen!
    Nina, aka the littlest wenchling.

    Reply
  3. All hail Queen Wench Minna!
    May you be be blessed with gold and good health.
    Long live the Queen!
    Nina, aka the littlest wenchling.

    Reply
  4. All hail Queen Wench Minna!
    May you be be blessed with gold and good health.
    Long live the Queen!
    Nina, aka the littlest wenchling.

    Reply
  5. All hail Queen Wench Minna!
    May you be be blessed with gold and good health.
    Long live the Queen!
    Nina, aka the littlest wenchling.

    Reply
  6. Why, thank you!
    My e-mail seems to be acting up, so I’ll send these here.
    I’m afraid I don’t have any digital pictures of my own available, but here are some beautiful pictures from my country:
    http: // virtual.finland.fi/Picture_Book/
    http: // virtual.finland.fi/Arts_Entertainment/
    Kuutar and other Kalevala jewels:
    http: // images.google.fi/images?gbv=2&hl=fi&q=kalevala+koru+kuutar&btnG=Etsi+kuvia
    And some music (couldn’t resist):
    Bogart Co. – Princess
    http: // http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l9nJq4fi5f8
    Indica: Vuorien taa
    http: // http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=05mAzx56jQ4
    And In honor of St Pat’s Day:
    Riverdance song duet
    http: // http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BgDhxOC5g48

    Reply
  7. Why, thank you!
    My e-mail seems to be acting up, so I’ll send these here.
    I’m afraid I don’t have any digital pictures of my own available, but here are some beautiful pictures from my country:
    http: // virtual.finland.fi/Picture_Book/
    http: // virtual.finland.fi/Arts_Entertainment/
    Kuutar and other Kalevala jewels:
    http: // images.google.fi/images?gbv=2&hl=fi&q=kalevala+koru+kuutar&btnG=Etsi+kuvia
    And some music (couldn’t resist):
    Bogart Co. – Princess
    http: // http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l9nJq4fi5f8
    Indica: Vuorien taa
    http: // http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=05mAzx56jQ4
    And In honor of St Pat’s Day:
    Riverdance song duet
    http: // http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BgDhxOC5g48

    Reply
  8. Why, thank you!
    My e-mail seems to be acting up, so I’ll send these here.
    I’m afraid I don’t have any digital pictures of my own available, but here are some beautiful pictures from my country:
    http: // virtual.finland.fi/Picture_Book/
    http: // virtual.finland.fi/Arts_Entertainment/
    Kuutar and other Kalevala jewels:
    http: // images.google.fi/images?gbv=2&hl=fi&q=kalevala+koru+kuutar&btnG=Etsi+kuvia
    And some music (couldn’t resist):
    Bogart Co. – Princess
    http: // http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l9nJq4fi5f8
    Indica: Vuorien taa
    http: // http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=05mAzx56jQ4
    And In honor of St Pat’s Day:
    Riverdance song duet
    http: // http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BgDhxOC5g48

    Reply
  9. Why, thank you!
    My e-mail seems to be acting up, so I’ll send these here.
    I’m afraid I don’t have any digital pictures of my own available, but here are some beautiful pictures from my country:
    http: // virtual.finland.fi/Picture_Book/
    http: // virtual.finland.fi/Arts_Entertainment/
    Kuutar and other Kalevala jewels:
    http: // images.google.fi/images?gbv=2&hl=fi&q=kalevala+koru+kuutar&btnG=Etsi+kuvia
    And some music (couldn’t resist):
    Bogart Co. – Princess
    http: // http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l9nJq4fi5f8
    Indica: Vuorien taa
    http: // http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=05mAzx56jQ4
    And In honor of St Pat’s Day:
    Riverdance song duet
    http: // http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BgDhxOC5g48

    Reply
  10. Why, thank you!
    My e-mail seems to be acting up, so I’ll send these here.
    I’m afraid I don’t have any digital pictures of my own available, but here are some beautiful pictures from my country:
    http: // virtual.finland.fi/Picture_Book/
    http: // virtual.finland.fi/Arts_Entertainment/
    Kuutar and other Kalevala jewels:
    http: // images.google.fi/images?gbv=2&hl=fi&q=kalevala+koru+kuutar&btnG=Etsi+kuvia
    And some music (couldn’t resist):
    Bogart Co. – Princess
    http: // http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l9nJq4fi5f8
    Indica: Vuorien taa
    http: // http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=05mAzx56jQ4
    And In honor of St Pat’s Day:
    Riverdance song duet
    http: // http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BgDhxOC5g48

    Reply
  11. One of my children’s favorite books is Bunnicula about a vampire rabbit that sucks the color out of vegetable. The dog helps by opening the fridge. They are part of a series and really charming. Maybe a good counter to religious fervour.
    Happy Easter. Lyn

    Reply
  12. One of my children’s favorite books is Bunnicula about a vampire rabbit that sucks the color out of vegetable. The dog helps by opening the fridge. They are part of a series and really charming. Maybe a good counter to religious fervour.
    Happy Easter. Lyn

    Reply
  13. One of my children’s favorite books is Bunnicula about a vampire rabbit that sucks the color out of vegetable. The dog helps by opening the fridge. They are part of a series and really charming. Maybe a good counter to religious fervour.
    Happy Easter. Lyn

    Reply
  14. One of my children’s favorite books is Bunnicula about a vampire rabbit that sucks the color out of vegetable. The dog helps by opening the fridge. They are part of a series and really charming. Maybe a good counter to religious fervour.
    Happy Easter. Lyn

    Reply
  15. One of my children’s favorite books is Bunnicula about a vampire rabbit that sucks the color out of vegetable. The dog helps by opening the fridge. They are part of a series and really charming. Maybe a good counter to religious fervour.
    Happy Easter. Lyn

    Reply

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