Friday, March 13, 2009

Additions and answers to 'Dress numer 10' post

Wow-you guys have really made me feel special! Thanks for all of your very gracious comments about my newest dress! So many of you have asked about my storytelling so I thought I should share some answers. I always perform in period attire for the era being portrayed (the Victorian era is my favorite:). My stories range from Jane Austen's life to Victorian era fiction to ghost stories. The fictional work I have written and all of my inspiration and stories come from God. The dress in the post below is for my 'Truer Words' performance about the life of a woman born in the early part of the Victorian era. The character's name is Emma Victoria Brown and needless to say her life is a bit unique for the times as she is on the rebellious side. Thank all of you for asking about my stories and for making me feel like the 'belle of the ball' with your comments. I do want to say thank you again to Christine for her absolutely amazing talent in dress making and her very special friendship:) Did I mention the fact that she refuses to take any money for these endeavors? Yup-that's friendship for you!


Jodie LeJeune said...

You are a lucky, yet talented, yet blessed gal indeed!
(I can just imagine the ghost stories!!! I love it!)
everything vintage

crochet lady said...

That sounds so interesting. Wish I could hear you tell about Emma.

June said...

What a great talent you must have. It would be so fun to be able to attend one of your performances. I too am in love with the victorian era. What a genteel time.

lorhen82 said...

What a wonderful friend you have in Christine! She is so talented and, apparently, VERY generous! She must be a real treasure to you.


Lady Laurie said...

I am already wanting to know more about Emma ~ you are very talented to be able to write these kinds of stories. I wish I could come see your performance!
Have a wonderful weekend!

Draffin Bears said...

What a wonderful talent you must have for story telling and dressed in such a wonderful dress, you look very beautiful. The Victorian era was so lovely and what a fun time it must be for the audience.

Our daughters name is Victoria Emma so that is quite a coincidence, Emma Victoria Brown.

Have a great weekend

Stephenie said...

That sounds like so much fun. I love the victorian era also. I also wish I could here you tell about Emma.