I know I’ve really fallen off the face of the earth lately, or at least tripped very near the edge. I haven’t had much time for myself, but I have tried to follow along with some of you silently.
Work is work, and overtime seems to be a never-ending condition these days. Still, that makes it easier to pay bills so I won’t complain too much.
Part of my ‘me’ time has been going to volunteering for the local branch of the SCA, a medieval re-enactment group. I’m my branch’s chronicler which means I take the meeting minutes (once a month) and produce the branch newsletter (4 times per year.)
I’ve also just finished making a youth activity book (y’know, coloring pages, word finds, picture matching, etc) so I haven’t been creatively dormant, just redirected for a bit. I did warn you all that my focus can shift 😉
Okay! So here are some of the pages from the book I made! Feel free to print them and color them (or, y’know, have your kids do it). It was an activity book that focused on kids in the Middle Ages, or focused kids on how it was different from modern life.