The boys did a living history event at the square in Pulaski. I think a few of the better pictures here were taken by Dana Ball (used with permission).
Next, some random pictures that were on a boys camera. I’m sure they had something to do with their filming:
What in the world?!?!?!?
We attended a dedication of a headstone for 1st Sgt. James Jordan Phillips at Old Shore Cemetery. A lot of the man’s descendants attended. It was really nice. Kevin and James were part of the honor guard.
The children also did living history at Campbellsville. Photos by Dana Ball and/or Joyce Burdick. Used with permission.
All the while, the children had been practicing for a play. Alice In Wonderland! John was the Caterpillar. Kevin was the Mad Hatter. James was the doorknob. Charlotte was a flower, and MaryEllen was all over the place! I helped make some costumes for it. Just before opening, there was a chili cook-off on the square. The first batch of photos is from that event. The second is back stage on opening night, and then just a few pictures from the play taken by my sister, Sue.
Obviously, James is not dressed as the Doorknob here. For a while, he was known as “The Army Guy.” Now you can see why.
Kevin as the Mad Hatter (without makeup.)
MaryEllen in one of her costumes with a couple of the Cheshire Cats
Someone’s grandmother enjoying holding a sleeping Genevieve.
Next is part of the show, before my sister’s camera battery died…
My Mom came down with Sue to visit and see the play. Before the play, lots of pictures were taken of her and the smaller children.
Veronica in her princess dress:
In 2013 we had a little All Saints party here.
St. Theresa or Teresa?
St. Helena – her brother, I think James, made the cross for the occasion.
Can’t remember if she was Elizabeth of Hungary or St. Margaret of Scotland
Our All Saints mantle
Musical saint chairs
On of our guests as Pius X
There was some living History In Lawrenceburg. That is where we met the Cedar Bush Mess!!! Yeah!!!
In November, some of the children were in the Nutcracker. The only pictures I have are John dressed as the Prince and the shirt that Kevin made for the rat king. As it turns out, the picture of John is before the costume adjustments, so I’ll not even post it!
On to the next part….