I don't know how old I am, I have lived in many lovely homes. I'm not made out of fancy wood, and have lived a very simple life.
In the early part of the 20th century communication was by hand written letters. The mail was carried by horse and rider.
times were hard and "things" weren't important.
A pair of wire rim glasses would be used.
A photo of the lady and her soldier would adorn my desktop.
A feather pen would have been appropriate for the time. The lady would write to her soldier if he is away fighting in a war.
(( This piece of jewelry belonged to my Step Dad's mother. It has a hand made clasp on the back and a large pink jewel in the middle. It's not shiney gold, but rather a dusky gold (is that a color?) It is well over 100 years old. ))
Note from Sandi: I hope you enjoyed my little presentation. Next week I will show my secretary in the next "season of her life".
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