Hear Ye! Hear Ye! Tudor Tuesdays Coming!!

My Swapaway Friend, Kim (Wisdom with Needle and Thread), and I are Tudorphiles (aka, Tudor Crazy Ladies). Anything Tudor strikes our fancy. A few years ago, I started a “Tudor Tuesday” Facebook page so we could share any Tudor stitching-themed pieces with other Tudor-crazed fans.

Well, Kim and I always seem to be on the same wave-length (even though we live 9,517 miles apart). Whilst chatting on Gmail yesterday, Kim asked me if I thought a “Tudor Tuesday” blog would be a good idea, as some people LOVE the Tudors, as well, but don’t belong to Facebook. My exact response was

"Hi Kim, We are SSF - I just thought of that about five mins ago!  lol!”

So – we are launching a new blog called “Tudor Tuesdays”.  It will be for Tudor Fanatics to post about anything Tudor (on any Tuesday of the month). It can be about books, movies, TV shows, stitching, interesting Tudor history factoids….whatever you’d like to share with other Tudorphiles.

So – without any further adieu, let’s play! Please join us! Simply comment here or send either Kim or I a note you’d like to join us and discover more about everything Tudor!

P.S. You know you’re a Tudorphile when your husband and your children refuse to go on an overseas holiday to London with you because they just KNOW that you will drag them to see Hampton Court Palace AGAIN!                                                              OR

You know you're a Tudorphile whenever you mention Henry VIII and you get an 'eye roll' from your daughter and husband. They both sigh and say - in unison - "NOT AGAIN!"


KimM said…
Oh boy! Let the games begin!!!!!
He vs
Kate said…
Sounds like fun :-) I'm not much of a Tudorphile, but I know you'll have fun with it.
Sheryl S. said…
Here I am, here I am.... Tudor addict. Count me in.
Stitching Noni said…
Yes please..... I still haven't stitched anything Tudor but I just Henry VIII! I watch anything slightly Tudor related on TV... just think I might just qualify as a Tudor Addict!! :o)
Hugs xx
Stitching Noni said…
PS: I had a funny feeling that this might be what you two were cooking up!! :o)
Another great idea! I'll follow this one but won't join in the posting.

I had to sort the History section at work recently. There were two shelves of Tudor books and then about six books for the whole of th period up to the Victorians! Seems like no one is interested in that period at all.
Brigitte said…
You seem to be overflowing with ideas for SALs, lol. But I will miss this one out. All the others I have been joining are nearly more than I can handle, lol.

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