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Looking quite pleased with new corset last year :)
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Door number 1!
WORKMONKEY: The Wilderness Years.
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Me at Bosworth last year with a sleepy dog on my lap.....

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Me at the Halloween party when Fletch was pole dancing...... <shudder> :lol:

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Nice corset PP :D

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Ta. You look pretty good in yours too :)

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Mally rocks, in very truth as you Kwellers might say.

Actually a lot of the ladies here do rock most verily, but I only know Mally.
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This is me, hiding under a wimple in the heat of Caldicott last summer.

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And here I am with my brother, showing off the toys we came home from Bosworth 1985 with: http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v483/ ... ldiers.jpg

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Sal wrote:Me at Bosworth last year with a sleepy dog on my lap.....
I can't see the picture - is it his very highness VTD? :lol:
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Me!

It's not my picture but the gallery site I got it from seems to have vanished.

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I like DeviantShub's and Maerwynn's gowns and wimples!
Would love to do mediaeval :)
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Ha ha!
We shall seduce you to the earlier period. Go on, its so much fun. There are plenty of groups down your part of the world.

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Medieval has been my second choice for reenactment for ages, so nur! :P
Would also like to do, georgian, regency and victorian - in which i would have to be 'posh' so i can wear all the nice clothes :lol:
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Of course Annis lol -

I will do medieval if you do it,

but I always wanted to do 1650s+ because of the gorgeous 3/4 sleeves!

Not victorian though. Nooo way.

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I used to LOVE the victorians, i got it from my dad. 'written' stories, watched all the programs, attempted to read the books (theyre difficult to read when you're a young teen) and been to Howarth, woop!

Stuarts (in England) noooooo way! Id be a peasant one only if i had to.
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Lol well I don't like the early Stuarts, but the later fashion I find absaloutely gorgeous. I love Baroque clothing, music, fashion... everything :D

Apart from the plague and beaky people.

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I don't really know what I don't like about the Victorians. I've just always had a bad impression of them and their ways. But then, I have always been a bit of a luddite! (she says while on her computer!)

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Me..as I was...
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WILHELM STOLE MY PRINCE OF WALES!!!

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Hee hee, ankle swingers! xD
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So this is my future...the sword is as tall as she is...
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Dickie wrote:Me..as I was...
Taken about the same time as mine apparently. :D


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Me (left) with the guitarist, Marcus (right) of my old band (sadly deceased with as university and the drummer going on a world tour getting in the way)

It seems every image I have of me is me playing my bass. Odd that.
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From Whitby - why do we always dress up
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I love the coat Alan. I really wish I could go to WGW again, but most of my money this year is going on re-enactment. :cry:

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Annis wrote:I like DeviantShub's and Maerwynn's gowns and wimples!
Would love to do mediaeval :)
Hey, Annis, I've always wanted to do Tudor. One day!

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Dickie, you realise you'll have to use the sword to beat off the young men, as E gets older don't you? And whatever you do, don't let her get engaged to N!x. (I think Rosie has first dibs on him!).

Annis and Lidi (and MedicK and the other Kentwellie) you are all far too young and pretty. So nyer. From GrannieCat.

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MedicKitten wrote:Dave B, your daughter is ADORABLE! Does she reenact yet?
She started in the womb, the missus had to have a medieval maternity dress. she went MOP to berkley the eyar before last at 5 weeks old, but she had her own kit by Tintagel when she was 7 weeks. so at age 20 months, she is now into her third re-enactment season.

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Me and my 4 legged other half! :lol:
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Cat wrote:Annis and Lidi (and MedicK and the other Kentwellie) you are all far too young and pretty. So nyer. From GrannieCat.
Why thankyou :D

And ONE word for Dave B - AWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWW!!!!!!!!

I adore reenactment babies. :D :D
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Dave B wrote:she is now into her third re-enactment season.
Start 'em early :D #1 was 5 weeks at his first kentwell, so is now in his 11th season - tho' he's inherited Martin's take-it-or-leave-it attitude to the whole thing. I suspect give it another couple of years for him to realize the wenching possibilities and he'll be keener :wink:
MLG has minus 3 weeks, or 11 months are her first event and is coming up to 7 years. She's a natural.
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Awww sweet xD

Agree Annis, re-enacting babies are gorgeous! I want one!

Zoe your horse has the most beautiful eyes! All dweamy!

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In my re-enacting kit, at Lanark last year. I'm the one on the right,, Greig is demonstrating a trapping manouvre from 1.33 on me, whilst wearing my supertunic that I had just finished sewing.
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