BARGAIN POST – Two For One Clique


 

Wordle 347

Day 17 GloPoWriMo – FAMILY TALE PASSED DOWN; IN THIS CASE MY OWN:

To inject some humour for a treat, I must confess

There’s a tale about a ‘sect’ who all in aprons dress;

To channel my interest, checked into this and with secrecy aligned,

But a torrid time from my wife traversed, so I rather soon resigned!

 

© April 2018 Colonialist

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13 Responses to BARGAIN POST – Two For One Clique

  1. hypercryptical says:

    Well done with combining two into one.
    Do you still have your apron and I wonder what was its use in the lodge?
    Will endeavour to visit more often, this depending on whether I remember to read WordPress Reader…
    Anna :o]

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    • colonialist says:

      I think my aprons are packed away somewhere. Lambskin aprons were worn by working masons of the middle ages for protection and they have been retained as badges with symbolic meanings and lodge/order recognition.

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  2. My maternal grandfather was ‘Grand Master’ at Capetown late 1930’s early 1930’s not sure exact time. He was RN on the South Africa Station,
    Always thought it strange having ships at a station, steam engines I can understand, but then I am a pretty simple sort of bloke.
    My mother had all her fathers regalia and was keeping it for me when I became a mason, something I never did, did not appeal to me, I was a great disappointment to my mother, but not to myself 😀

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  3. disperser says:

    So, you know the secret handshake . . . do tell.

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  4. GP Cox says:

    You are good at this!!

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