Back from the family holiday. What a wonderful time! Family and friends coming in and going out. Those present changing in rotation. Thankfully road crews had done an excellent job removing the surprise 7 inches snow from the streets. While many food items simmered and slow cooked, giving the atmosphere a cozy feel, we played a new-to-me game, Cards Against Humanity. A party […]
Merry Christmas to you all. Hope you enjoy the holiday’s giving spirit and it finds you sharing with others. I am blessed to be with Charlotte, Ben and a dozen more for feast, good cheer, and the great present reveal. For you Create Me 365 followers, I wish you each the best of friends, family, and festivities.
With Throwback Thursday Christmas Eve, I went hunting for a photo of myself to post. It took some time because I have heaps of old photos. But, I found this… 1954 Christmas Photo This was taken in 1954. Yes, I remember it well. I’m wearing my new Christmas red robe with the bunny on the pocket. A traditional present for kids in […]
Here’s a picture from 2008 for Throwback Thursday. It’s an award I did with calligraphy and illlumination for an SCA friend, Luciana. (You know, that’s the Society for Creative Anachronism). Luci received a Laurel for all the amazing Renaissance and medieval clothing she researched and made. The whole story is…Luciana received the actual award many years earlier, but not the […]
Merchants in the Great Hall. I went to Kris Kinder the yearly winter holiday shopping extravaganza for Calontir‘s pre-1700s reenactors in Midwest, USA. It’s always bursting with quality handcrafted toys, attire, jewelry, camp gear, edibles, weapons, and armor tempting money out of 600 attendees’ pockets. Yesterday, I was one who was lured by its enticements. Norse-age women showing off their spunky […]
I can’t believe my best friends celebrated their 50th Anniversary. It’s not possible! I was in their wedding. How could that be that long? We double dated before we all got married. Road motorcycles together. SCUBA dived. Saw drive in movies together. Parked. That was the ’60s. We have woven in and out of each others lives over those many years. […]