🇬🇧 | Tonight, I remember my first reenacting event I did a year ago, on the 12th November 2017, in Crisbecq artillery battery.
I've always been the kind of person who dedicate herself to her passions, but today is the first time that it grows this huge and time/money consuming. 💸
I've met people who I'm not afraid to call friends, close friends, best friends sometimes, united by the same craziness. 🙃
It's only been a year, and I already feel like it's a real part of me : today, Chloé isn't Chloé without reenactment, without knowing her stuff is safe, without planing the 4th uniform she'll get while she hasn't even finished the 2nd, without impatiently expecting her next event ! 🏞
I can't wait to see where the coming year(s) will get me, I've already been to so much places I would never have hoped for : I still can't believe I slept in a bunker of the Maginot Line, hiding from French soldiers who were trying to capture us (or just me...) 🌨
I have so much things to live with my uniforms, not a single person can stop me ; the whole world against me wouldn't even be sufficient ! 💪
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Design based on "Guldgubber"
6th-7th century AD, gold figure foil
from Sorte Muld, Bornholm Denmark.
The word gullgubbe means "little old man of gold" and is taken from a report published in 1791 by Nils Henrik Sjöborg.