Natalie and Michaela Byrd apparently fall into the category of history revisionists. The Thanksgiving Feast has been turned into a Thanksgiving Tea Party. The Pilgrims didn't wear somber, dark clothes...they wore festive tutus and jaunty flower topped headbands. And the Indians followed a strict costume de rigueur fashion policy---fringed mini gowns and sparkly pink slip-on shoes. If you don't believe me, check out this historically accurate reenactment:
PS. Thanks for your patience this week. I know you haven't seen any crafty or homey posts here, and that's because I've been trying to pick the house up and pack for a quick Thanksgiving trip we're taking being forced to make. I have some really cool things planned to post once Thanksgiving draws to a close and I can get my act together!
I'm a stay-at-home mom of two beautiful little girls and a cute Pomeranian. Happily married to T. We live in Virginia, but I secretly dream of what it would be like to have a place in NYC to escape to for random girls' shopping weekends. Target is my home away from home. Aiming for "Serenity Through Creativity."
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