Another quickie to announce that I have recieved yet another award! *FAINT* This I was so kindly given from Swillvill at Swillvill’s 18th Century and it’s originating from a blog I’ve been following for just a short while – Tempus Fugit.
And these are the criteria:
The TEMPUS FUGIT Award is given to writers & living historians whose journals represent the best aspects of the 18th Century. These writers aim to inform and entertain the public with tales from events, historic research & experiments and highlights from 18th Century arts and culture. It is the hope of TEMPUS FUGIT that this award will forge a web of friendship and knowledge that will aid in creating a tight community of reenactors and living historians on the internet and beyond. Winners of the TEMPUS FUGIT Award should pass this award along to six other 18th Century blogs that meet the above criteria, and include this text with the Award, as well as a link back to the TEMPUS FUGIT blog.
Gosh, I’m so honoured! Unfortunatley I don’t know how many reenactors I can find that haven’t already gotten the award… =/ But I’ll give it a try! =D
- Adam – Lajvsaker genom åren (I know this is in Swedish and he’s not all into 18th century stuff, but he reeeeeally deserves it, he does an amazing job – just have a look at the pictures!)
- Carolyn – Rockin’ the Rococo (Again, gotta admire that girl!)
- Madame Berg – Costumes, Cats and the 18th Century (Again, I just lover her! <D)
- Nicole – Diary of a Mantua Maker (So great with the detailed pics of her working process)
- Vivien – Vivcore journal of power! (Again, I LOOOOOOOOVE her outfits!)
- I don’t know if you can give the award to The Doctor himself, but I feel he deserves it – so there you go Doctor, you’re a winner! =D