Virginia trip – Two Williamsburg shops

Hello my dear Amy’s Garden readers! This is Lydia Tyndall once again. Today was our first full day in Virginia. In the morning, we visited two shops in Williamsburg because they were not going to be open the days we had planned to be there. Then in the afternoon and evening we went to Yorktown.Continue reading “Virginia trip – Two Williamsburg shops”

Virginia trip – Governor’s Palace

Hello my dear Amy’s Garden readers! This is Lydia Tyndall. Right now we are on vacation to Virginia. We are visiting Colonial Williamsburg, Jamestown, and Yorktown. I will be posting updates as we go. Yesterday we flew from Springfield MO to Charlotte NC. Then after a super short layover (I mean running through the airportContinue reading “Virginia trip – Governor’s Palace”

How Shakespeare plays were originally performed

****** My name is Lydia Tyndall and I have another Miscellany article for y’all. William Shakespere was a playwright who lived in Elizabethan England. His plays have become quite famous but have you ever wondered how and where they were originally performed?    At first Shakespere’s plays were performed at a playhouse in London called theContinue reading “How Shakespeare plays were originally performed”

The Church in sixteenth century England

What’s up y’all? Lydia Tyndall here with another Miscellany article!!! ****** The sixteenth century saw many changes to the church and religion in England. In the year 1500 King Henry VII was the ruler of England. Like all the kings before him he was Catholic, and therefore all his subjects were Catholic as well.  InContinue reading “The Church in sixteenth century England”