Friday, September 30, 2011

I'll be in the graveyard for a week, doing the Evergreen Cemetery Discovery Walk, and I might be too tired to post here.  Sorry, and sorry also about any troubles you are encountering posting your comments here. I don't know the reason or the fix, but maybe it will fix itself?! Please keep trying.

Meanwhile, here's me, with my gigantic hat slipping off, as Martha Rice, a Southern sympathizer during the Civil War. Photo by Carlos T. Miranda, a Facebook friend I finally got to meet in person in the courtroom of the old courthouse, now the McLean County Museum of History!

8 comments:

Julie Kistler said...

Sorry not to see Martha Rice and her dashing hat! I saw her in the cemetery yesterday and she was awesome.

(Fingers crossed I can post.)

Kathleen said...

Julie, you can click Martha's name to see her hat. It's a Pantagraph photo I don't have the rights to show....

Hannah Stephenson said...

Yay!! Enjoy!!!

You look great--love the costume.

Collagemama said...

This cemetery walk is such a great idea for the month preceding Halloween. Have fun and nice hat.

Julie Kistler said...

The askew hat makes her look jaunty. (Sorry to be dopey about links. D'oh! And I complain about people who do that exact thing, ask questions when the link is right there.)

Kathleen said...

I saw the whole walk tonight--our dress rehearsal actor walk-around--and it's fantastic. I laughed, I cried.

seana said...

A toast to Martha and a toast to you!

Kathleen said...

Right back at ya!