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The Renaissance Faire

Gentle Reader, this weekend kicks off with an event I have spent many years loving, and which inspired many of my interests and hobbies. I wrote the following last year – the first year in my adult life that I … Continue reading

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In Which We Find Kubla Khan

And thus we conclude our Ren Faire retrospective, Gentle Reader. If you’re in Washington State, USA, please drop by – the second weekend starts tomorrow, and there’s another after that! Or you could visit the Washington Midsummer Renaissance Faire Website for … Continue reading

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The Invention of Fancy Time

We continue our exploration of my sorrow at not attending Faire this year even though its totally a positive thing  my history with the Renaissance Faire. I hope you enjoy this revisited post, Gentle Reader.  Gentle Reader, the Faire continues … Continue reading

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The Renaissance Faire

Gentle Reader, last weekend is the first time in twelve thirteen years I’ve missed a weekend of The Washington Midsummer Renaissance Faire – or its predecessor. I made this choice for myriad reasons, but it doesn’t mean I’m not a little … Continue reading

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In Which We Find Kubla Khan

Gentle Reader, I am very excited to write this post. I hope that I have time to edit it before it goes live – a little more than a week from now. I just had a memory pop into my … Continue reading

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The Invention of Fancy-Time

Gentle Reader, the Faire continues for three weekends. As I said last Friday, this is my last year, but I thought it would be fun to continue with Faire-related posts each Friday, while I’m on site doing the sorts of … Continue reading

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The Renaissance Faire

Yesterday, Gentle Reader, I realized a terrible truth: I have wasted spent precisely one year of my life on what would become the Washington Midsummer Renaissance Faire. This year that I’ve spent – spread out over the last twelve – … Continue reading

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