I am currently a librarian at an undergraduate institution. Dr. Elizabeth Lehfeldt gave a talk entitled “Abbesses as Administrators: Gender and Leadership in Late Medieval and Early Modern Europe.” This seemed like it was right up my alley so here’s my notes. Some context: Our school, like many, has been an old boys club for… Continue reading Let’s talk about abbesses and female leadership
This isn’t garb or anything terribly exciting, but I decorated a sewing box this afternoon. I have been thinking about doing it for a while and now it’s done.
“Nothing but net” seemed a bit on the nose for the title. “Net worth” is a dumb title.
Swishy swishy fabric. Helpful helpful cat. He did this for 20 minutes. It was an exciting time for my furry little friend. Labor day weekend projects for the win. I made my giornea according to Cathelina di Alessandri’s instructions from 2014. It took like two weeks of staring at it before I finally did the… Continue reading Giorneas, and v-necks, and cats, oh my.
Apparently sew, and bike, a fencing, and sew some more because none of it is running. Someone make the next 5 weeks pass faster, I’m a bit twitchy. This post and the next one will have been things I did in one weekend because not running 10 miles gives me magical sewing power. I made… Continue reading What does an injured runner do?
I have a unicorn, your argument is invalid.