The Tudor Weirdness

I have always been interested in the Tudor Dynasty especially Anne Boleyn. I remember reading books about her when I was a child. (That’s why the next book I’m planning will be all about her!)A few years ago, my husband took us all to England and I got to walk where Anne Boleyn walked. I […]

Anne Boleyn’s Execution

          Four hundred and eighty five years ago, on May 19, 1536, Anne Boleyn was executed for high crimes and treason, all of which she was innocent.  She was the first English queen to be executed. Let’s go through her last hours. Anne celebrated Mass for the last time as the […]

Cooking with 500 Year old Recipes

Bowl of Pottage

  In a rare twist of fate, I was able to attend Tudor-Con. Because of COVID it was remote and not at their usual location out east, and I was naked cartwheels happy over it. Being married to an Asian man who wouldn’t feel comfortable dressing up in Medieval attire, and I who would want […]

Top Ten History Themed YouTube Channels

  Happy August Hauntlings. I can’t believe that it’s the last month of the summer.  Anyone else lusting after backpacks and notebooks? Have you gotten your planner for next year? I haven’t done that yet, but I am working with a great accomplishment planner. Let me know if you want me to do a review […]

The Tudor Weirdness

I have always been interested in the Tudor Dynasty especially Anne Boleyn. I remember reading books about her when I was a child. (That’s why the next book I’m planning will be all about her!)A few years ago, my husband took us all to England and I got to walk where Anne Boleyn walked. I […]