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Halfway Point

Despite my impressive productivity at the beginning of the term, I let half of Hilary go by before writing another post. Though the initial burst of energy has waned, it hasn’t disappeared completely. 681 more words


The Activity Calendar for the rest of February 2017

Activities that I can participate in, then the Activities staff will post a new Calendar for March.

Gramercy Court

The Medieval Pilgrim

At the beginning of my latest novel, Beloved Besieged, Joscelin is a pilgrim who is being punished for a terrible sin by being made to walk to Santiago de Compostela in northern Spain. 1,300 more words

Fourteenth Century

When Bad Weather Happens To Good Travelers

When Bad Weather Happens To Good Travelers

“The sun did not shine. It was too wet to play. So we sat in the house. All that cold, cold, wet day.”  Dr. 873 more words


London Part II: Outside the City

Please go here to check out the first part of this post.

After spending a few days in the city of London, I wanted to take a day trip (or two) to explore some of the awesome things nearby. 757 more words

Two Castles, No Waiting

Hello friends!

For those of you keeping score, this is Hubby post the second. Our usual faithful writer was unable to take part in the adventures described below because she was busy staying home with a coughing toddler. 484 more words