Spawned from Master Phillip, then Count William, and then through His Lordship Brynn, I finally entered the discussion of Peerage/Dependent Relationships and the path to, as I now will call it, thank you Dame Kriemhilt, Renown… This is, as pointed… Read moreBeing Known in the SCA… Thoughts on Art and Service Dependents
Recently I got to thinking about how I would like to be able to spend more time with my SCA Friends outside of the typical hustle of events and without having to trudge out to the suburbs when the my… Read moreA&S Days Ahead
I watched this video the other day, and as I watched it stirred within me something that I had almost forgotten. Please take the time to watch this and hopefully the rest of this entry will make more sense to… Read moreThe dreamer awakens to The Dream
A friend recently described GoA level Service Award holders as “Middle Management”, often those who fall into that group find themselves as Deputies to Kingdom Officers, including as Regional Officers, or on Event staffs managing others beneath them. Even simply… Read moreServing from the top down
Good day to you traveler, welcome to the Schwarzwald! Here you will be able to follow the musing of Alexander, Hanß Leiland and Haus Adelbrecht in general. Please feel free to subscribe if you like and thank you for dropping… Read moreNew Household SCA Blog!
Previously I mentioned teaching my first ever Fiber Arts Class. Well, this past weekend that class took its maiden voyage. I certainly learned a few things with this one. It had it’s positives and negatives as most things do, in… Read moreStitching together a class
For the first time in over 21 years of my SCA career, I will be teaching a fiber arts related class at an SCA Event this weekend. I have chosen to teach basic hand stitches for hand sewing, something I… Read moreA first in 21 Years