A phone call came to me this morning from Mary a good friend and coincidentally my very first client.
We’re supposed to be making St Brigids Crosses with the children on Sunday and we simply can’t find a supply of rushes. We have a lady who will be showing the children how to… but we just have no rushes to make them with…
Religious or not, knowing how to make a St Brigids Cross is, to me a definitive I was born pre 1980 therefore I am Irish [that makes me smile] type statement 😉 One friend I spoke to told me…..
knowing what the St. Brigids cross is, is like knowing what Atlantic 252 was… at least it was for me in 80’s Ireland anyways
Without dwelling on it too much…. It is suggested the frost has had an adverse affect on stocks. For now Mary needs our help.
- needs a decent supply.
- willing to buy them.
- based in North Dublin.
- doesn’t have the time to go pick them herself.
- needs to know as soon as possible that she can have them.
- As in this week
- enough for about 50-60 crosses
Any information, help or suggestions [anything at all] ?
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- email firstname.lastname@example.org
UPDATE 3rd February 2011:
I got this email in from Mary
Sunday went very well. Our PP blessed the crosses made from pipecleaners and the older folks nearly killed each other to get at them. The younger children were happy to try
and make their own with the art straws I had. 45 gone in about 2 minutes! We had just four proper crosses made with the few reeds we had and we decorated the altar with those.