“Man, it’s hot.” Going Greek and beating the heat in the 2-yard chiton.

I live in Trimaris. It is summer. This post is a little punchy. I swear, when I lived here 15 years ago, it wasn't as hot. Granted, I was younger, I had grown up here, and I endured the summers because we were thrown out of the house over school break lest my parents go … Continue reading “Man, it’s hot.” Going Greek and beating the heat in the 2-yard chiton.

Broken images

Apparently, WordPress decided to go full iconoclasm, and I've lost a lot of images in posts. I don't know how many, but I'm trying to repair posts as I see them. Please, be patient while I work on this. It's going to take some time.

Another Bliaut Battle: Why my husband needs to find a new persona before I strangle him with maunche sleeves. (Just kidding.)

I do wear Norman garb, too, even if I don't like to admit it. It's one of those "well, I'm married to one, so I need to look the part sometimes" gigs, much like how he also owns Byzantine garb, to humor me. This post is to help start build content for my Norman Garb … Continue reading Another Bliaut Battle: Why my husband needs to find a new persona before I strangle him with maunche sleeves. (Just kidding.)

“It’s 1183 and we’re barbarians!” The William Marshal Tournament @ Pennsic

This post serves as a boost and a brag. This year, the William Marshal Tournament at Pennsic War will be held on Monday of War Week, at the fort, from 5-7pm.  This is correct on the Pennsic website, but NOT in the printed book. Please be advised of this error should you wish to compete … Continue reading “It’s 1183 and we’re barbarians!” The William Marshal Tournament @ Pennsic

Remember the human: don’t be that guy at A&S classes and displays.

I was debating if I should post this one, or not. *watches as the internet gets popcorn* First and foremost, I am not unaware of my attitude problems, so this is not any way to raise me up above the rest, but rather a reminder for myself, and everybody else, to remember some core values … Continue reading Remember the human: don’t be that guy at A&S classes and displays.