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(Written for Marigold's Challenge #13)
LESSON LEARNED: SPRING FLOOD, 1433
As I watch the waters recede, I think of the things I have learned over the years, that have stood me in good stead now that I am Master of Buckland.
From my father, I learned the value of being prepared, thinking ahead, making plans, devising ways to carry out those plans.
And on the Quest, I learned that plans go awry: that hope may suffice when plans do not, determination may suffice when hope is gone, and success may come when least expected.
But today I learned this: I may Master Buckland, but I will never master the Brandywine.
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