A lot of people who study at The Windsor Institute have met our friend Jim. He is the fellow with MS. He is confined to a wheel chair and lives in an assisted living facility. Susanna takes care of Jim’s personal affairs. That is one of the obligations she has assumed and that prevents her
Thursday afternoon last week Jimmy White of Crown Plane called to inform me that only a few hours before, Leon Robbins had died. While most chairmakers who have studied at The Institute know Jimmy White, only the old timers remember Leon. However, I knew Leon for many decades, and I am very sorry he is gone.
The November 5 settee class witnessed a pair of unusual events. On Thursday afternoon two knights were earled and then, one of them was duked. To be earled a knight must have completed all courses taught at The Institute. It was no more than an unusual coincidence that the November 5 settee class was the
The November 5 settee class occurred this week, and I have been too busy to write a weekly post. So, I decided to treat readers to some Windsor chair jokes. We call this the “best of Windsor chair humor.” The joke about our humor is that it is lame, reworked jokes. Have a chuckle. Next, week I be reporting