In January I get to spend a weekend at Ft. Fisher for work. I feel close to Ft. Fisher because many of my Civil War ancestors served here.
|It's nice to have a partner in crime!|
March is a busy busy month. My sweet girl turned three, my site hosted a timeline for the first time in almost 15 years, and I camped out for the first time in years (in the sleet no less!)
|Three was a perfect birthday!|
|End of the day laughs|
|Women served too!|
|Squirrels are in the house!|
April was less busy but brought me to Halifax, serving as a Tavern mistress.
|I love him!|
|See, I can dress up nice!|
|Gov. Tryon and his militia|
|Multi-Era birthday party for St. Phillips!|
For the first time in year, our Summer months were full of fun- and not all in silly clothes. Trips to the beach, Colonial Williamsburg, and Busch Gardens.
|Summer carriage ride|
|A nice pier walk|
|Look- a bird!|
August was another busy, but fun month. Starting with the Corsets & Cravats Conference, and WWII day at Ft. Fisher.
|Helping teach 19th Century hair techniques|
|She really wants me to be a WAC|
|1940's beach fun|
October took us Edenton and Camden.
|Edenton in matching outfits!|
|It was beautiful, cold weekend!|
In November I managed to cook 10 gallons of soup with no good firewood (no I never blogged this but it was my go-to beef stew)
|Fun day at the Caswell site!|