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08 June 2006 @ 10:47 pm
I've decided today was a practice run Thursday. Tomorrow will be the real Thursday.

(No, this won't throw off the rest of the week. It'll sort itself out by sometime next week. It always does. :))
Current Mood: hothot
Current Music: fairport convention
Alix (Tersa): Vinnie (tersa)tersa on June 8th, 2006 09:50 pm (UTC)
(No, this won't throw off the rest of the week. It'll sort itself out by sometime next week. It always does. :))

That's the nice thing about self-employment and someone who is good at schedules! :)
Brian: bunny phbbtlogrusboy on June 8th, 2006 10:06 pm (UTC)
This better be a localized effect, 'cause if you make my paycheck late I shall be most thoroughly miffed with you!
kitmizkit on June 9th, 2006 07:28 am (UTC)
It's very localized. I don't even think it affects Ted. :)
Brianlogrusboy on June 9th, 2006 01:08 pm (UTC)
Fair enough then. Happy New Thursday!!
(Anonymous) on June 9th, 2006 08:04 pm (UTC)
Book Title

Have been reading your journal, first the archives, then finally caught up with current. Two things come to mind. 1. God, I wish I'd been able to get to know you better before we both moved. 2. You're damned entertaining, even if it isn't fiction. :-) By the way, how do I get to be a livejournal user? So I can have my own little person icon.

Anyway on to Book titles. A little reasearch on the subject of Gypsy leads me to ask....from what background do the characters descend? Midieval England? Irish? (That would be good, considering where you are, but I don't know enough about the backstory.) Egypt? Romani? 16th Century Lowland Scotland?

Here are some things I bounced around, playing with ideas. And websites that might be of some help, course it might just muddy the waters, too, who knows.

Gypsy-> another word for-> none found
Descendant->Royality-> Successor?
Successor-> to take over from-> to receive from->-> to inherit from
Male-> Son-> Prince

Barmakids—Descendant(s) of an Iranian Princely house of Central Asia
"King Barmakids' Successor?"...-> "King->insert character's name here-> Successor".
Gypsy-- Some scholars state that gypsies left India as a single, nomadic tribe (McDowell, 1970), while others refer to gypsies as Romani travelers. (Acton, 1974). Acton also states that the word "gypsy" is a contraction of the word Egyptian, which gypsies were thought at first to be since the first recorded gypsies told people they came from Egypt.

Principality—> of being of royality-> royal descendant




Anyway, hope this is at least of something to chew on. :-)

MacKenzie Raye