Hope all is well on your end.
The last couple weeks have been quite busy between events and projects. I've been having music rehearsals for the museum's Colonial Tea (for which I will have photos and video), was part of an online cyber convention for writers (where I also acquired new books to review, as well as marketed my own), and am wrapping up some writing and music projects.
As you also know, I am delving further into my historical studies and uncovering new and not often chartered territory. Next week, my schedule will lighten up and I will be able to do a new YouTube History and Other Musings vlog. My next blog post will also be a list of some new historical facts uncovered (including King Henry VIII, more on the witch hunts, bare-breasted teas - which is exactly what it sounds like, tattoos sported by both men and women during the Victorian and Edwardian eras, the first known female tattoo artist, King Charles II and the women who protested coffee houses during his reign, and more on The Vanishing American).
I also want to get back on my Human Behavior series and continue with our victim culture. And my newfound area of study, the History of Ideas (I just got my hands on a copy of Leviathan by Thomas Hobbes).
Hope everyone has a great weekend!