Shelter in place, and 6K for Water


Shelter in place I know a lot of people have been adjusting to our new realities of shelter in place, and disruptions to our normal routines and schedules. It has taken me by surprise too. I'm not an extremely extroverted person, but if you know me, you know I like to be out and about. … Continue reading Shelter in place, and 6K for Water

When I decided to work in museums


So everyone has a story of how they got into their chosen career. Facebook recently reminded me of part of my story - 13 YEARS AGO! It reminded me of how I first decided I wanted to work in museums. It's hard to remember now, but this photo was from a class party we had … Continue reading When I decided to work in museums

Welcome to Another Year of Crazy


I had intended to write this before the new year rolled in, but here it is mid-January and I'm finally getting around to it. Last year was weird. I mean, there were some great things and some not so great things, as usually happens. But last year was particularly weird, and I feel the need … Continue reading Welcome to Another Year of Crazy

Civil War Living History & Reenactment 2017


I thought I would present you this small assortment of pictures from the Civil War Living History and Reenactment event at Confederate Reunion Grounds last month (as if you hadn't already seen enough pictures, if you follow me on Facebook). Between School Day on the Friday, and public days Saturday to Sunday, I kept pretty busy, … Continue reading Civil War Living History & Reenactment 2017

Castroville Texas and The San Antonio Mission Trail by bike


This has been an exciting couple of weeks! From friends visiting from Madison WI, and taking them to the Fort Worth Stockyards Historic District, to a work trip down to Landmark Inn State Historic Site in Castroville TX, and extending my trip for a day in San Antonio, it's been a lot of fun - … Continue reading Castroville Texas and The San Antonio Mission Trail by bike