Saturday, September 8, 2007

About Us

About Us Saturday, Jun 17 2006
Misc. Gloria 6:12 pm
This blog is run by Lucia, Ines, Stephanie and Gloria, and we are a group of Trad girls living in St. Louis Missouri. Our name comes from a title given to Eowyn in the Lord of the Rings. The phrase “Steel Lily” was perfect since Steel stands for strength and Lily stands for purity. We mainly just blog about life as seen by Trad girls, and also write poems and essays when we think of them.

12 comments:

Familia de Erausquin (la auténtica) said...

This is a comment for the Header:

¿¿LO QUÉ??

The wooden katana

Ineski Peski Petrova said...

Why "the wooden katana", Tío Alvaro?

Rocio C. said...

..... *no comment*......

Familia de Erausquin (la auténtica) said...

Mainly because is useless. Maybe threatening, but without strength or sharpness.

Ineski Peski Petrova said...

Well, who said we wanted to threaten anybody?

Familia de Erausquin (la auténtica) said...

Why do you think everything people said is about you?

Nevermind. Drop it. It seems that I jump over one stair.
Back to lesson one.

You are a very beautiful bunch of flowers.

Ineski Peski Petrova said...

Don't try flattering us now, Tío...

Ineski Peski Petrova said...

pero gracias.

Moragh said...

Trad-girls, where are you? I haven't seen any posts since early 2010 so I am getting worried... don't go away! Are you blogging somewhere else now? I've really enjoyed your poems and insights--you have real gifts. Maybe now you're getting published, who knows! Hope all is well. Blessings...

__ said...

I guess they are all in Spain attending the JMJ.

Agnes Regina said...

No, none of us went to that. But we are still alive, though scattered... two are pursuing Dominican vocations, one contemplative, one active; one is married; and the other two are so far apart we've rather forgotten this blog. Glad to see we have readers, though -- with that in mind, I will have to begin posting again!

__ said...

Yap, a new post would be refreshing.
One about Christmas, keeping up your "out of date issues" tradition.