I have to say I'm extremely sorry about my lack of posting this summer during my internship. Even though I'm not posting regularly, I am making many things on a daily basis. I'm simply finding it hard to fit blogging into my busy schedule. It seems every evening there is something new to do and also I have been receiving visitors every weekend.

Soon I will post more in depth on some of the things the employees at the Margaret Hunter Millinery Shop have  been so gracious to teach me. If you simply cannot wait to hear of the things we are doing at the shop you can follow our projects on Facebook.

Under the Redcoat 2011

I have a confession to make..... I have never been to an 18th century reenactment before. D:

Fortunately, my living in Williamsburg has changed that. My debut was Under the Redcoat at Colonial Williamsburg, just last weekend. It was wonderful.

Photo Courtesy of Colonial Williamsburg
  For those of you who don't know what UtR is, I'll give you a quick overview. British. Invade. Williamsburg. And let me tell you, there was a LOT of red.

The redcoats leave town.
I spent my weekend walking about with Eliza and befriending quite a few redcoats and fellow costume bloggers. They were very pleasant and great fun; teaching us some new dice and card games, as well as letting us try some of their homemade meade, which was very delicious.

Eliza and I with some members of the 40th
That was the only picture taken of me (that I know of) at the event. I hope to trim the new hat I bought (it's the one I'm wearing) once I get hold of some nice stuff to work with.

I had a great time and hope to attend it next year too :)