Here’s a volumized dish perfect for this lovely fall weather. Apples, peppers, sage, sausage, green beans, all purchased fresh from a farm stand (or a decent produce-supplying grocery store), and glazed in a brown sugar and wheat beer concoction. The … Continue reading Blue Moon Glazed Sausage and Apples
We Want You! Fellow Rev. War reenactors, this is a call to arms—we need your help to not only keep the Forest Glen/Danville event alive, but make it annual! That’s right. You heard me. Annual. Forest Glen, just outside of … Continue reading Let’s Keep the Forest Glen/Danville Event Going!!!
Quite some time ago, I wrote Sweetie Pie Baby: The Diaper Rash Disaster, describing my horrible problems with diaper rash. I figured I would write a subsequent blog post when I figured things out and found a solution to diaper … Continue reading Sweetie Pie Baby: Diaper Rash Discoveries
By Rowenna Hamper An editorial originally published in the NWTA Courier, Summer 2015 Edition, page 7. Reprinted with permission. ______________________________________________________________________ It’s no secret—participation at events this year has been down. The year is still young, so it’s still possible that … Continue reading Weather, or Not?
Our Revolutionary War Reenactment in Highland, Indiana is this weekend (August 15 and 16) and you should be there! Okay, I guess I should rewrite that: If you live in the Chicagoland area, Highland is just east of Chicago and … Continue reading Highland 2015: A Worthwhile Endeavor
When my new sister-in-law Margeaux told me her wedding theme was going to be Burlap and Lace, I knew I had a huge opportunity to get crafty for her bridal shower. I hit up Pinterest and couldn’t believe how many … Continue reading Throwing a Burlap and Lace Bridal Shower