Category Archives: Living History

What’s Your Tipping Point?*

In which I show that I am perfectly capable of holding two seemingly contradictory ideas… This post grew out of a dinnertime conversation about bullying, an on-line chat with a friend and former colleague and a personal struggle with my … Continue reading

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Memory, Patriotism and Independence

This post has been knocking around in my head, in an embryonic state, since Memorial Day and it seems fitting that today, on another “patriotic” holiday, I actually take the time to sit down and write it. Or, at the … Continue reading

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Living History

This past weekend I attended a reenactment of the Revolutionary War’s Battle of Monmouth.  T is an American history buff who has recently gotten (back) into reeanacting and joined the 1st New Jersey Continentals.  I took a lot of pictures, … Continue reading

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