Whose document is this? ;-)

Valerie Sutton sutton at SIGNWRITING.ORG
Sun Oct 23 19:16:07 UTC 2005

SignWriting List
October 23, 2005

Hello Sandy and Everyone!
What a wonderful example of Handwriting, Sandy...Your writing is so  
clear and easy to read...I would like to place this on the Great  
Britain web area...ok with you?

SignWriting in Great Britain

Thanks again for sharing it with us!

Val ;-)


Sandy Fleming in the UK wrote:
> I recognised my own handwriting immediately, but only remember it  
> vaguely. I think this was in response to a challenge on the list to  
> put a given verse of some kind into SignWriting. So it's British  
> Sign Language and I translated it back as:
> One of us shall become a monarch
> And sit upon a throne of gold.
> Wearing not a hat, but a crown.
> Lots of diamonds shall be his/hers
> A beautiful robe of gold and green
> As I always understood, (s)he'll wear a feather, I wonder?
> I decided (s)he definitely should
> After searching the Web for "gold and green" I came across this,  
> which is from "Regular Royal Queen" by Gilbert and Sullivan (which  
> explains why it's called GandS.gif!):
> Then one of us will be a Queen,
> And sit on a golden throne,
> With a crown instead
> Of a hat on her head,
> And diamonds all her own! With a beautiful robe of gold and green,
> I've always understood;
> I wonder whether
> She'd wear a feather?
> I rather think she should!

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