We're not managing to meet much at the moment. But here's what we know:
Gossip? In Old English, a “godsibb” was a godmother or godfather, from “god” plus “sib,” meaning “relative” (related to our modern “sibling”). It was later used to refer to companions in childbirth – people from the community who were there in difficult and celebratory times.
Here you'll find a list of things we've been doing/thinking/reading.