That New Year’s Eve Thing
New Year’s Eve is here and where do you go in 2018?
Pour a glass of your favorite taste. Think about what you did well or not. Set a few goals or make resolutions.
I’ve been blogging about things scribal and the SCA for two years. With this being New Year’s Eve I thought it a good time to examine the results. Join me.
What have I accomplished? Where can I improve? How does the SCA fit with the rest of life?
There’s Adrienne d’Evreus’ The Scientist’s Scroll. She emphasizes medieval pigments.
And there are a few online scroll portfolio blogs.
This blog is for you as much as it is mine. I want what I write to help or be interesting for you.
I post regularly on a Sunday, Wednesday schedule. I hope this attracts more of you. I welcome feedback and requests. I’d love to see more.
What is in the future? Who knows, but I can plan or set goals.
I want to improve my own scribal skills. But many in the SCA say that because it’s what we do. My calligraphy is my weakest link, so for personal improvement, I will focus on it starting with Calligraphy Boot Camp.
As a blogger, I want to plan my schedule better. Perhaps use a scribal content calendar.
Now that the scribal community knows me again after the break I took, I want to do more original scrolls. They are what inspire and keep me enthused. They provide you photos and scribal topics.
I enjoy working with scribes. The Lonely Tower class will take a new direction. In January it becomes a monthly scribal gathering. Classes won’t be scheduled unless requested. But my door will be open to anyone interested the last Sunday afternoon of most months.
If you haven’t taken stock of your SCA scribal niche, I recommend it. A brief look to see where you want to go with it the New Year.
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