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#821275 added June 30, 2014 at 2:41pm
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Living In Another Time Era
Welcome To My Reality Prompt: How do you think you would have fared or how would your life have been different if you had lived in another time era?

I like to think that I was born in England in the 1600's in a castle and might have been a Princess. If not and I was born as a peasant, I would have became a pirate. I could sail the seven seas and had an adventure. I find pirates intriguing. Maybe I could have been a gypsy. I would have liked that. I find them fascinating. Being part of the royal family would have been great. I would loved to have been a Princess and lived in a castle. I love the Royal family and think how much fun it would be to live at Buckingham Palace ands reflect on their ancestors. How cool would that have been?

I would have loved to live in Jane Austen's time and gone to balls and meet interesting men and had my season to choose a husband. I could have played the piano and sang, drink tea, dress fancy and been a well bought up lady. The dressing styles were neat and I am a big fan of fashion. I would have enjoyed living at Downton Abbey.I find that fascinating.

I have Cherokee roots also. If I was bought up in a Cherokee reservation. I would have endured it because that would have been how I was raised. I love having Cherokee blood in me but I wouldn't choose to live in that era. I think it would have been a rough life. It would have been better to be a wolf. This is my way of thinking. This is how I would have fared.

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A neat NA Woman and wolf image by forsaken.


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