Friday, January 1, 2010

Windsor Clarity

Windsor Chair...
Windsor Castle?...
Half-Windsor and Full Windsor knots...
Full Windsor person...
Half-Windsor? ...
Wet Windsor...
Windsor, Ontario...
1939 Chrysler Royal Windsor...
Winds are strong today...
Wins are rare in Detroit...
Hot Windsor. Cute Windsor. You cannot believe how tired I am of this idea. There are ENDLESS Windsors!!!!

12 comments:

  1. You forgot to mention the fact that the name Windsor was largely to cover the fact that the "British" Royal family was almost entirely German (and a some Danish) by that point. George V decreed the family name change, but his son was the first in generations to actually marry a Brit.

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  2. Didn't forget. Just couldn't find a picture of the name change. :)

    George V's son married an American.

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  3. Sorry. Had to throw that in. Ok, the OTHER son married a nice British lady.

    Name me a Dane without going to google.

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  4. I thought not. And it was so easy...

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  5. @A. @ A Changing Life - I have to admit to the similarity, but I'm sure it is only coincidental. Don't start trouble. :)

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  6. I was just telling you about Peter Schmeichel - a famous Dane, maybe even a great Dane. Almost as well-known as Hamlet.

    Never mind, to get back to the point, you didn't mention brown Windsor soup. Therein lies much opportunity.

    Half Windsor? I doubt even that much.

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  7. Woods of Windsor. Once apothecaries to the royal family, now disappointingly global makers of scented things. But they do have a pretty little shop in Windsor still, even if the products are the same as anywhere else. I bet you're fascinated with that.

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  8. Edward VII's wife, Alexandra of Denmark.

    Like I'd have to go to google it. What, I'm going to just sit here in case you answer back?

    :)

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  9. You're starting off well. :)

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