i have no problem with long roads xD. its just finding the RIGHT long road. i heard though that no television or electronics are allowed, could u private message me the basic rules, if i knew whats allowed ect i may have some thinking on what i want to be. i had allways wanted to be a catholic, and now that i am, i see the cracks and corruption inside, bascially i want out and need to weigh my options. when im interested in something its not a 1 day thing. ive never really beleived in 1 god alone, it seemed far fetched, ALOT of gods together seems more likely to me. and letter? what intent are u meant to write ? something like why u want to be a druid, will u be devout ect? am i far off haha xD. see im irish,
basica history of my family is wierd if u have time then here:
Variations of name:buttarley,butterleigh,betterlyand many more.
first found in devon where they held a family seat as lords of the manor. the saxon influence of english history diminished after the battle of hastings in 1066. the language of the courts was french for the next three centurys and the norman ambiance prevailed. but saxon surnames survived and the family name was first referenced in the year 1060 when edwin of butterleigh was allowed to retain his lands, including east butterleigh, after paying alleigence to the king after the norman conquest in 1066, a rare exeption to the rule.
also my first name:
meaning = King, kingly or little king or ( in Gaelic ) water
origins ect:Ryan \r-yan\ as a boy's name (also used as girl's name Ryan), is pronounced RYE-an. It is of Gaelic origin, and the meaning of Ryan is "king". Also possibly (Gaelic) "water". Actors Ryan O'Neal, Ryan Philippe; baseball player Ryne Sandberg.
Ryan has 6 variant forms: Rian, Rien, Rion, Ryen, Ryon and Ryun.
so yeah thats me =) im mostly irish but another site said the first ryans were from lognford, basically im a roundabout haha, but pure irish