Pilgrim’s Progress


Today I participated in Pilgrim’s Progress, in Plymouth, MA. I do this every Summer and Thanksgiving Day.

A group of about 55 or so dress up as pilgrims as accurately as we can (i.e. no makeup, earings, try not to wear glasses, jewelry, sneakers).

We walk from North Street (The Mayflower Society House) to Burial Hill.

Once we walk up to Burial Hill, we have a miniature ‘sermon’.

Lot’s of costumes!

I played as Mary Chilton, a 14-year-old girl who lost both of her parents the first year on the Mayflower. She adopted her younger brother, who was a baby at the time. She later on married and had ten children.

Have a great evening! Blessings!


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