Tales Told ~ Without Regret
The first concerns Mother Mary Ann Damnable Conklin, who led a fascinating life, to be the wife of a Whaleboat captain in those days must have been the most exciting thing anyone on earth could do. Cursing in 6 languages takes a certain dedication!
Mary Ann Conklin Damnable’s body, when her grave was moved was found to have turned to stone, this is for remembrance, Mother Damnable wanted to remember and turned her body to stone to assist her in remembering.
I can, it seems see the print of Mother Virago Damnable as there is bound to be a copy of The Art of Frenzy in the British Library.
The next tale concerns Mother Damnable at the Worlds End, when she died there is a story that a finely dressed, handsome gentleman enquired after her where abouts, entered her house and never left. I love this story as it means that her Lord came for Mother when it was time. A promise remembered and kept.
I think the two shillings I got in my change were sent from Mothers Damnable and Redcap predicting my date of birth, they were both wrong but not by far.
I seem to have acquired a tribal name either Wild Strawberry or Strawberry Basket, depending on your view, I love both.