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The King’s Not Dead …



Wait! – Well, a few others and King Richard III admittedly are,



but not ‘our’ king!



Long live King Richard Armitage!



So it is a real pleasure for the King Richard Armitage Blog to take part in the RA Blog Reunion Day (29th of May 2020).



The event was initiated by Natazukii on Twitter to show that ‘our’ king and his followers are not dead or sleeping or defected to enemy territories. You can follow the event and contributions under #RABlogReunion and see for yourself, how lively and vivid the RA-blogging community still is and how creative and diverse this wonderful blogging family is.



Natazukii wanted to know what became of the silent blogs and where everyone did go. So here, in more details than I am normally comfortable to reveal, come the reasons, why KRA is so silent lately:



The reason for that is, that work, life and health issues aplenty get in the way. I for the last years need to watch what I eat to an extent that can’t be healthy ;o) I began to blog about my issues here, but though I find more and more of my acquaintances having similar issues, most have a very individual form of what goes and what not and most are not as severely hit as I am. So what might work for me, might not work for others or mostly the other way around. And I already got so many tips which achingly did not work for me, the most hurtful coming from my doctors. So my blog so far did not make it beyond the initial posts, though I am continuously self-testing and experimenting with ingredients and recipes, as nothing pre-made works for me.



The other reason why I rarely post lately is, that I do want to keep the blog out of financially motivated, local or other propaganda and away from news that only uses King Richard III to gather interest for something else.



I still closely follow all news and scientific research about Richard III, but washed up and watered down research re-publications rather bore me and I don’t want to post here just to fill the blog and bore you in the process.



That does not mean, that I can’t overlook something interesting about RA and RIII, far from it.



Please keep up with letting me know about things you stumble upon and find interesting !!! Thank you very much for all your help so far !!!



Those are the reasons, why I rarely have updates here. But I hope you enjoy the lively participation on Blog Reunion Day initiated by Natazukii and enjoy and get great inspiration from all the participating blogs.



To show you how big and lively the blogging community around the Richard Armitage fandom is and was, the Fanstravaganza event of 2012 combined the most ever (at least to my knowledge) participants in one single event, though even then not all could participate due to time and work pressure.


Have a great RA Blog Reunion Day !

#RABlogReunion (Twitter-link to the event hashtag)

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Richard III reinterment: Order of service (by Peter Warzynski, Leicester Mercury)


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Watch Benedict Cumberbatch read poem at King Richard III’s reburial (by Sam Adams, Mirror.co.uk)


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King Richard III reburial: RECAP on updates from Leicester (by Sam Adams, Mirror.co.uk)


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King Richard III’s re-interment carries pomp and grandeur of state funeral (by Maev Kennedy, The Guardian)


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King Richard III of England Is Reburied in Leicester Cathedral (by John F. Burns, New York Times)


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Queen Elizabeth II’s Letter for King Richard III’s re-interment ceremony in Leicester Cathedral (by Queen Elizabeth II, Royal Letter)


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Richard III – The Answers (by Matthew Lewis, Matt’s History Blog)


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Richard III DNA tests uncover evidence of further royal scandal (by Ian Sample, The Guardian)


March 25, 2015

Richard III: 20,000 visit coffin in Leicester Cathedral (BBC News)


 

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