But isn't there always a twist? This is no exception. To tell you about the twist, I have to go back into a little known legend... The legend of Sir Aldward Kantribus. Sir Aldward was a man of peace, a humble and gentle man, who traveled across England and Western Europe mediating disputes, forging alliances, and uniting families. He is best known for the day he performed a mass wedding ceremony binding one half of a village to the other half, and in the resulting confusion, no one knew who they were now wedded to. Even today we still make reference to the little Swiss village of Kloestervuck
His family motto, Unum Est Numero Maxime Solum(one is the number most alone) was well known among the scholarly, but the common folk knew him best by his shield device, three hounds rampant on a field of gold surrounding a table. The common folk called him the three-dog knight.
In celebration of the legend, the challenge this week includes the triple-dog dare. Write your post, and challenge someone else to write a post for the round robin as well. This can be someone you know, someone you don't know but admire, someone who has been involved in the past or someone who has never heard of this challenge. Remember, this is open to bloggers, tweeters, facebookers, pinteresters, Instagrammarians, you name it. We might expand the circle, meet new people, or just have some fun. I triple-dog dare you.
Update- Lets give this two weeks for maximum results