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“Proper ‘Ansum” is a bit Cornish slang blended together to spotlight all that’s perfect about our lovely Cornwall, England. Proper: something done well. My ‘ansum: a term of endearment. Kernow: the Cornish language word for Cornwall.
Kernow “Onen Hag Oll” means Cornwall and the Cornish motto of “One and All” in the Cornish language.
No, it’s not a COVID-19 face covering, but it is a nod to the rough and rowdy Texas cowboys of times past.
Mark this historic time, when the Covid-19 global pandemic made us push the “pause button” on life as we know it and has possibly changed everyday life forever. USA
Mark this historic time, when the Covid-19 global pandemic made us push the “pause button” on life as we know it and has possibly changed everyday life forever. UK
The locals and native Cornish will tell you that the proper way to say Launceston is “Lanson.” Known as the Gateway to Cornwall, this town is brimming with culture and history and even has its own medieval castle. It also happens to be where we live and a place we love.
From the days of the early church to current times, so many selflessly risk and have even lost their lives to boldly share the Good News of the Gospel of Jesus Christ.