Hubby poached eggs this morning. Apparently, there's a Dutch 15th century receipt he's contemplating.

Hubby loves me. Sent me two papers to read - one on irish medieval literature, the other a paper on the Annals.

I'll be in my reading nook for the near future. <3

Temperaunce Drinkwater's Compagnie presents the History of Henry V, as written by Wm. Shakespeare, 25 Oct 2020 on the 605 anniversary of the Battle of Agincourt.

Cast is gender-swapped....

Heraldry class:
On the Construction of Names of Various Cultures

Gulp. Okay.

Latin translation for the fun at EK Bardic Champs - donno how good my translation was but I made the judges giggle.

So, I wrote....something. Am not sure what I need to do next.

It's a draft article. "Heraldic Art: Why Tattoos are Problematic Source Material"

Now what?

And, after quite some time, I think today is back to trying to write. It might be about tattoos and heraldry, and it might also be trying to wrangle data. We will see what my fingers want to do.

NPR: 'Venice Is On Its Knees': Mayor Blames Worst Flood Tide In 50 Years On Climate Change NPR: 'Venice Is On Its Knees': Mayor Blames Worst Flood Tide In 50 Years On Climate Change.
npr.org/2019/11/13/778812333/v

My Peer is trying to get me a paper on Irish charms used in childbirth in the medieval period.

This sounds really INTERESTING. Yes, I am THAT NERD.

So, after FINALLY a night of good sleep.... writing.....

Argh. More coffee.

Sipping yet another cuppa, debating how to parse out data and the wisdom of doing so without much sleep.

New ideas for articles/classes percolating.

More coffee.

I know it's probably been done, but I got a name with an e/y switch documented.

Yay?

And, now the hard part. Writing stuff. And making it both accessible and meaningful.

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Medievalists and Medieval-adjacent. Sort-of.