Well, we are supposed to have 50s--maybe touching 60. Typical for fall. I still have some snow on the gardens but probably won't have any by the end of the weekend especially if we get the rain the weather people have promised.
When I surf the 'net and I find an item I might like to keep handy, usually gardening info or crochet or quilting patterns, I often download them to my computer desk top. I have been thinking of cleaning up the mess and printing off the info that still interests me. That took the last hour. Later I will make a start on my stack of magazines.
This is a fascinating story. I wouldn't care to do it myself but I imagine that a history buff can get a better idea of how people in earlier times lived by trying to live and dress as those people did. But I had another thought as I read one of the last paragraphs where Sarah Crisman describes the reactions to her Victorian attire as polarizing. I have read a good bit about the reactions to Muslim women wearing hijab or niqab and the are about the same. I am always amazed at how vitriolic some can be over what someone else wears (or doesn't wear.)