Thursday, August 28, 2014

Not dead, just married.

Most likely nobody noticed, but I disappeared off the face of the internet for a while.  Now I'm back, with a new name and a permanent reenacting, I mean, husband.  That's the same thing, right?

Did I mention we got married at a Tudor mansion in the UK?  
Anyway, now points to my blog, as does  It'll probably be a simple redirect for a while now because I'm lazy and don't feel like re-learning all that fancy-pants borderline-programming crap that Real Bloggers and Real Web Designers need to know.  I'm an amateur and I have -3243 hours in the day right now, so there you go.

We're still in the process of completing all the paperwork for Rich's immigration process, but we've already started to talk about what kinds of reenacting and history groups he's interested in.  Whatever he decides, he's going to need all new clothing.  And so am I, actually.  So, you know, lots of sewing ahead.

As for the blog...I make no promises.  I'm dealing with about a million other things, some of which are time sensitive (like, you know, filing the right paperwork to keep my spouse in the country) and, let's face it--blogging is work.  I'm not a great writer and I don't get into the whole "dear readers" thing, so it'll happen when it happens and I appreciate everyone who sticks around for it.  Have a good one, and hopefully I'll be back here sooner rather than later!


  1. Congratulations for both of you.

  2. Hurray! Congratulations! Love reading your blog, but totally get that there are other more important things in life. May you and your husband be richly blessed!

  3. Katy!!!! Congratulations!!!!! Totally jealous about the whole married in a Tudor mansion thing, and hoping you have time in your extremely lax and no doubt boring schedule to post more pictures of your dress!!! Long life and love to you both!!!!

    And may I say that I've been obsessively checking once a week or so to see if you're back. I don't actually read many blogs, but yours is one I enjoy.

    My felicitations on procuring a permanent reenacting

    -BethT from the sewing academy. Also known as the one who walloped you on the back trying to hug you at Greenfield village. Grace has never been my middle name.