I mean that (the blog title) both sarcastically and seriously. I’ve been completely bogged down this week trying to do all of our documentation for Revolutionary War Reenacting. To be fair, I’ve learned soooooo much this week alone. So really, … Continue reading The Joys of Reenacting Documentation
This year’s reenactment season is about to kick off and I’ve been asked a couple of times about the 2015 schedule. I decided to post it so that if any of my readers (or people searching for this information) are … Continue reading 2015 Revolutionary War Reenactment Schedule in the Midwest (NWTA)
Yes, yes it is. You’d be surprised, but we actually do get asked that question at reenactments. I guess I’ve never personally heard that one, but I know many people who have. Not that I blame them. What wacko takes … Continue reading Is That A Real Baby?
From a spectator’s perspective (or as much of a spectator’s perspective as a seasoned reenactor can have from the sidelines), Klash on the Kankakee was a very successful reenactment. The encampment looked great. The schedule was packed with the little … Continue reading Klash of the Red Coats and Blue (and Green)
Yes, you did read that right. My husband made the paper, and what is he doing? Showing off his backside. The Parade of Uniforms speaker is even pointing at his butt! Well, no, she’s not. But it looks like it, … Continue reading My Husband’s Newsworthy Backside
The reenactment fall schedule is well underway. This weekend: Cantigny Revolutionary War Reenactment, September 7 & 8, 2013. Cantigny park is located in Wheaton, IL, which, as many of you know, is my hometown! This event is hosted by Hamilton’s … Continue reading Wheaton Living History