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New tutorial

(Also, for those of you who might be interested but didn’t make it all the way through my previous post to the note about it: my SCA garb page is newly updated with pictures and links and things.)   This … Continue reading

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Coming Full Circle: Spring Crown A. S. LIII, part II (and final)

(This is the second half of the story, and slightly longer than the other, I’m afraid — don’t look at me, I can’t do math — also shorter on pictures, as Wynnie was gone or otherwise occupied for most of … Continue reading

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Coming Full Circle: Spring Crown A. S. LIII, part I

Crown Tournament, May 12, Anno Societatis LIII, in Avonwood      The Village of Avonwood sent in a bid to host the Spring Crown tournament, and got it. The only available site in the area which not only had everything necessary … Continue reading

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First tutorial is up!

After a few failed attempts (do I really sound like that?) to make a tutorial, I finally got a video Olivia said passed muster. Here’s the picture I was going off: (Sapientia from the Psychomachia of Prudentius, Cotton Cleopatra, etc., … Continue reading

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Calm before the storm

Crown is (counting today) four days away! Olivia’s new garb is still very much in progress, and we have to make bread. Sunday is Joel’s and JP’s combined senior recital; Monday and Tuesday I plan to write like mad as … Continue reading

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April wrap-up

Reading:  Dante’s Inferno, for Humanities — very good, of course. Perelandra, which I started the weekend church was cancelled because of snow, because I wanted something warm. Also I recommended the Space Trilogy to an atheist Creative Writing major, who … Continue reading

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I fell behind again — March wrap-up

Christus surrexit! Reading: Roman Religion, by Valerie Warrior. Brief introduction to the subject, which apart from occasional grammatical flaws (nothing very important, just occasionally makes it read roughly enough to be distracting) and use of BCE and CE, is okay … Continue reading

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