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October 16, 2008

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Dani

I love it! Thank you so much for posting this! I can't wait to read more!!

Laurie

That was so good.

JessaLu

Very interesting story...

It was WONDERFUL to see you yesterday! :o)

danana

Thank you for a story - I thoroughly enjoyed it, and will look forward to reading more. Along with your great pictures and everything - you have such a nice site!

stitchlily

Enjoyed that. If I'm ever passing Slievenamon, I'll take a pic for you. I'm in Munster, in Co. Kerry.

elizabeth

How crazy is it that upon reading this story, I immediately began thinking of Halloween costumes for next year's SOAR?

Need to find my unabridged Grimms. Lots of good stuff in there.

Shell

I so enjoy your blog! Can't wait to see more stories and folktales. This one I had never heard, and really is interesting!

Wendy

See? Drop-in visitors are ALWAYS bad news!

Sharon

I love these folklore stories. They really are our roots. I grew up listening to my mother and grandmother tell stories and I have a growing appreciation for their stories. My brother and I both kicked ourselves for being bored and not being better listeners.

Lynn

So that's what those two bumps on my forehead are...

SpindleRose

Thanks for sharing the neat story. It's much better to read stories than to work.

janel

Oh, I remembered this story when I began to read it! More stories please! One time our guild hired a professional actor (husband of one of the guild members) to come and tell spinning stories to us as we spun. It was a really nice day.

Amy

oh MY!

that's really amazing...thanks for sharing.

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