New Year's resolutions.Every year I make them and every year I break them. So what about 2020's Resolutions?
As I do most every year at this time I reflect on the last year. I encourage you to do the same for your SCA life.
Consider both things that went well for you and things that did not. Make next year's plan to grow in the hobby you love.
M. Aidan as the new KMOAS at Kingdom Arts and Sciences event. If you went to the recent Calontir Arts and Sciences event you saw Aidan kennara Corcrinn become our new Kingdom Minister of Arts and Sciences (KMOAS). What you didn’t see there is what a fast worker she is. Already M. Aidan is reorganizing all things scribal for the Kingdom. She’s adding all book arts to the scribal fold and streamlining how we work together. She hasn’t even had the job one month. As the KMOAS, M. Adan is seeking a new Falcon Signet and leader for our expanded community. M. Elynor of Glastonbury more than served her tenure and deserves a break after her outstanding efforts. The incoming Signet will serve the whole book arts community-all pigmenters, parchmenters, paper-makers, text writers, and bookbinders. But what do you do as the Calontir Signet? The Falcon Signet is first a cheerleader for us all. Encouraging us by doing three main things: communicating, educating, and archiving. M. Aidan is asking the new Signet to create “how-to” guidelines describing the best, most accepted way to do book art things and update our 2004 Scribes’ Handbook to show how Calontir book artisans create awards today. The Falcon Signet also assists Their Majesties as needed. While most incoming Monarchs know what persona style awards they want, some need assistance finding the person to do the job or to design them. The Falcon Signet helps Their Highnesses find the right person for the Royal […]
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 […]
I had this wonderful blog post written and edited about new opportunities for 2017. It was truly amazing. As I reread it before publishing, I did something that deleted it. Poof…Gone. I’m sure it was Titivillus again. It figures, 2016 was a tough year for many. In my family, too. Why not end it with another S.N.A.F.U.? Instead, I choose […]