Founding Fathers

Sexy Founding Fathers: Why Does This Fabric Exist and Why Did I Buy It?

Happy Presidents' Day! Over the summer while I was working at George Washington Birthplace National Monument (GEWA) my co-worker and I stumbled upon this fabric at the Joann's in Fredericksburg, and proceeded to make pillows, sexy, historical pillows. I, in all my wisdom, bought far too much fabric, which means my computer chair (see below) and… Continue reading Sexy Founding Fathers: Why Does This Fabric Exist and Why Did I Buy It?

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Folktales, Public History, Storytelling, Uncategorized

Folktales and Storytelling

I am reading Virginia folk tales in search of some ghost-gold. I have come across many interesting ones. Some interesting because of their great quality and others interesting because they are so horribly lame. This post is a beginning of what will hopefully develop into some intriguing posts about folklore and storytelling. No promises about… Continue reading Folktales and Storytelling