Date: Fri, 28 Oct 1994 10:17:37 EDT
From: SHANE J SALLEE sjsall01[AT SYMBOL GOES HERE]MSUACAD.MOREHEAD-ST.EDU
Subject: Folklore sayings
Good Morning Internet,
It's getting to be cold in Kentucky nowadays. With the ushering in of winter comes the assault of folklore. I'm considering on writing a book, called "The Folklore Almanac", listing all the folklore for each month and day.So, I'm asking for some help out there. I need to know folklore sayings and doings around the world. Things like, "If the wooly worm-caterpillar- is all black, then there will be no break in winter. Or, if a spider spins it's web
backwards means a storm is a-comin'. Write to me with your sayings.
Shane Sallee, Morehead State University