King Arthur, Southern Style

I just came home for lunch and Iain was reading a book about King Arthur.

He asked me, “Have you ever heard of the enchantress named Morgan Lee Fay?”

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10 Responses to King Arthur, Southern Style

  1. Vrouw_jonker says:

    Bet she’s related to Tammy Faye (RIP).

  2. There is a learning method that is very successful for children with dyslexia, hyperlexia, and autism called Lindamood-Bell. For the longest time I thought that Linda Mood Bell must be some wonderful educator from Mississippi with big hair that did educational workshops. That was until a coworker informed me that it was a learning method and not a person. Next they will tell me that Bela Bartok is a man. hehe

  3. RevJATB says:

    Wasn’t Bela Bartok the one who wore those big, floppy hats?

  4. cancerman says:

    Isn’t she in Harry Potter?:)

  5. TOOBUSYFORCRAPTV says:

    Found a Morgan Le Fay, but no Lee Fay. The one I found had nothing to do with King Arthur.

  6. cancerman says:

    Morgan Le Fay I believe was Arthur’s illegitimate sister although she may have been Merlin’s illegitimate sister, the stories differ. Morgan Lee Fay, I believe played centerfield for the Birmingham Barons back in the 80’s.

  7. TOOBUSYFORCRAPTV says:

    I second The half sister story. Holley

  8. TOOBUSYFORCRAPTV says:

    Could you maybe get all those ducks to line up pretty soon. The suspence is killing me.

  9. MK says:

    Poke! Poke! Poke! Get those ducks in a row.

  10. RevJATB says:

    I’m herding them as fast as I can!

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