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Haunt Me will be available free down the road - a Short Regency Ghost Story
I could not resist this Shutterstopck photo. Just. Could. Not.
Why Do I Use Flowers?
(Well, most of the time)
If you are as big a fan of Regency as I am, then you know that today's Regency covers are trending to using 2015 bridesmaid gowns with the lacing up the back (usually undone) worn with nothing underneath. First, the tapes were far smaller, and a dress was put on in pieces. Second, they were never naked under their dresses. In fact, a man could be bored to death by the time his lady was undressed. Why a lady's maid or Abigail was required. (They were always called Abigail).
Underpants were not invented and the French pantaloons considered scandulous. The expression "skirts over her head" referred to the only fast access when you were - well you know what they were doing. It basically called a woman a slut.
Tugging a dress down, well, that was a struggle. They were usually in those dresses and corsets pretty damn tightly. It was the original layered dressing.
I object to the current "art". To protest such fullishness, I turned to flowers. No rhyme or reason, whatever is in season.
Besides, I like my flowers. When I need a cover, I run out to my garden with a camera! I always have flowers. And hummingbirds.