Day 319: Long Live the King

I’ve always found it fascinating that in order for someone to be the King (or Queen), another person has to die. There is no other job in the world (at least not one that I can think of) that depends on the predecessor’s death. To be born a prince (or princess) is to wait yourContinue reading “Day 319: Long Live the King”

Day 33: Jewellery

It had been in the family for a very long time, for centuries my ancestors had worn it and now it’s between me and him. As the eldest child, it should go to me, but due to the medieval and sexist laws that still exists, it might go to him. My whole life, I haveContinue reading “Day 33: Jewellery”