Re: [SCA-JML] Japanese garb pages up
At 11:59 AM 6/27/2001 -0500, you wrote:
debbie strub wrote:
> Well, I used to think I knew something about this stuff and I
> suppose I do for someone who can use only English language references. But
> the more I learn I realize there's even more that I don't know.
Maybe I shouldn't tell you this, but you should hear *me* bitch and moan about
that same thing. <G> I'm actually embarrassed about some of the things I
published in years gone by.
Join the club. And you know lots more about this stuff than I do. I've been intending to revise some of my earlier handouts and such for a long time. Now I think it's going to be easier to just re-write the whole thing.
> > > Will you be adding a bibliography?
> >More than you could stand. <G>
> I can stand quite a bit! :) I'm one of those perverts who
> actually LIKES to do research. Thanks again for your help.
Ew, what's wrong with you? <G>
Toldja I was a perv! I was a nerd before they invented the term. I even wear glasses! And I've always got a book with me. Really drives some people nuts.
Several more garments have been added, including a pile of Buddhist thingies,
and some others have been tweeked....
This is why I hate putting things up before their done (no one is going to
check every day or look for new things all the time, but...) but I do feel that
it could serve some semblance of a purpose now.
I still enjoy checking it out even as it's being developed. I can't wait for the women's costume section to get done, and I'll bet I'm not the only one!
BTW, I found something in the kataginu section - it says the kataginu was worn right layered over left like a kosode... Isn't that the other way around, i.e. left over right?
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