[Sca-cooks] Non-Pennsic SCA activities?
Sharon R. Saroff
sindara at pobox.com
Wed Aug 6 16:18:31 PDT 2008
This summer we attended 2 events. The second being Storvik Novice
found me working on various first time projects. I tried my hand at
spice beads as part of my commitment to make 50 bead things for A&S50
challange. I also made 2 syrups using spices from my garden. I am
now busily reading recipes trying to decide what I will do for our
upcoming Trial By Fire competition and periodically working on my
bead embroidery family portrait project for the A&S50
challange. After TBF I plan to do more syrups and make some more
beads out of various materials. I am having a blast.
At 03:45 PM 8/6/2008, you wrote:
>Antonia Calvo wrote:
>>>For those of us who can't make it to the "big show", what have you
>>>been up to that is SCA related?
>>Mostly sewing. Taddea and I have been asked to join the Order of
>>the Pelican, so there's clothes for the ceremony, and clothes for
>>the vigil, as well. Other than that, not that much-- no feast 'til
>>March or April, only a simple dinner and a fancy supper in February,
>>and nothing between now and then.
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>Most excellent, congratulations to both of you.
> Venimus, Saltavimus, Bibimus (et naribus canium capti sumus)
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