“Tell forth your tale, and spareth for no man…”

Although the Third Annual Medieval Faire nears its end, there’s much to come in the next two days. Feline Fine Fanatics’ Grimhilde Dress is an elegant gown with a definite edge. The leather cuffs have a subtle pattern that accompanies the noble print and flattering silhouette that starts with a collar and flows into a train and collar. Honestly, FFFs’ Grimhilde made me feel like a powerful queen, so I’d like to share an anecdote.

“Gladly,” quod she, “since that it may you like.
But that I pray to all this company,
If that I speak after my fantasy,”#MedievalWoman“As taketh not a-grief of what I say,
For my intent is not but for to play.
Now, sir, then will I tell you forth my tale.”Medieval Dinner“As ever may I drinken wine or ale
I shall say sooth: the husbands that I had
As three of them were good, and two were bad.
The three men were good and rich and old.”
Sitting Medieval RegalUnnethè mighten they the statute hold
In which that they were bounden unto me.
You wot well what I mean of this, pardee. 
As God me help, I laughè when that I think,
How piteously a-night I made them swink.”

Visit the Third Annual Unmasking a Cure Medieval Faire and tell your own tale before it’s too late! Click here for a lift to Sky Castle.

Outfit: Feline Fine Fanatics’ Grimhilde Dress in Regal @ Unmasking a Cure Medieval Faire
Hair: booN Lab.022 hair (Materials)
Poses: **Manifeste** – Model_784 and Glitter Poses Simple Girl 6
Location: Sky Castle @ Unmasking a Cure Medieval Faire
Post inspired by The Canterbury Tales “The Wife of Bath’s Tale”

Disclaimer – Okay, I haven’t been married five times. Thanks to my husband, I’m done!

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