She is happy, honest. Glorious sunset. The hall is open to the public with tudors reenacting 1588 today (Sunday 23rd) and Monday 24th, and then next weekend as well. … [Read more...] about Kentwell 1588 day one
This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #CollectiveBias August. Hot days, but cool evenings, time for another camping holiday, and suddenly, all the shops including the Range are full of back to school displays, and parents are … [Read more...] about (Not) back to school – home education planning with The Range.
When the rain starts 5 minutes after you get back to your tent after a long warm day. When your 3 year old picks up a diabolo lying on the sward and can almost work it. When you speak to your other half and say a friend went on a supermarket run so you asked for crisps, and it turns out he did … [Read more...] about Perfect moments
Published in 1587, The Petie Schole by Francis Clement claims to contain "a method to enable both a childe yup reade perfectly within one moneth, & also the unperfect to write English aright" Having read most of this last night, I'm not sure I'd say it was a truly complete method, but I'll be giving … [Read more...] about The Petie Schole by Francis Clement
I've processed 4 loads of laundry today. Clothing, bedding, towels, linens. I had so much I even laid some of it to dry on the grass. Gradually the linens are ones I've made. The first ones are tragic. I didn't know about folding twice to prevent fraying. There are holes in nearly all the seams, … [Read more...] about Linen on the line and the lawn