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so its time to look at whats coming up on the blog well this is a taste of stgeorges day decorations dynnargh welclome falite croeso

April 9, 2014

DSCF3078DSCF3077DSCF3067DSCF3065so its time to look at whats coming up on the blog well this is a taste of stgeorges day decorations dynnargh welclome falite croeso

of all the times I did my trimmings up in 1986 this was and still is the mosthardest to do even now since the 1980s for englands national day and I could never understand why the items are now impossible to saurse like the knight as you know or in bethnall green don’t want to know that the story is of a knight that fought the dragon of centrys ago now its a shame that its a part of history that has been discarded in some ways and as I asked if there was any referancese to the knights of oldend England and here such hatred when I was told british white infordells out of date so why is this now I knew I would not find a living knight or even a man here to wear the outfit but its a part of history that hadromance about it as the knights of old went about on there horses and the leadgeant of king arther and the round table and castles and them hunky knights in there suits of armour so after a lot of serchin the net I found a pic and got it blown up bigger to pose with the dragon and also did some irish pics as you know in Ireland they have castles too and hunky men in there armer too the king of leinster in the 11th centery Dermot mac murrough,then there was oliaf king of Dublin who ruled the king dom back in 980ad and brino boroma in 850 ad also heres some flags of England where in some of the places I was brought up in my child hood and the saxion flag from Edward the confessers time in England in the 9th centrey ruled he built Westminster abbey and was the last saxon king of England whom at the time became saint of England but then it was thought that saint George who came from west Germany would be better so poor old Edward became the saint of the royall family and still is today as he rest in west minster abbey

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