You’ll find me where the sun still shines… Don’t take your time. – Jen via — Blase’
Today’s selection — from Summer of Blood by Dan Jones. The Black Plague of the mid-1300s may have killed as much as half the population of Europe and England. Though terribly tragic, the economic laws of supply and… Source: the plague was an economic boon to survivors – 12/09/16
Image: John Bauer McIntyre had seven daughters which meant seven brides which meant seven weddings. It was overwhelming the thought of them, the cost, the courting, the men seeking approval, the potential arguments with daughters wanting to marry some man he didn’t approve of and some daughters refusing to marry the men he did approve […]Continue reading “Microfiction challenge #26: A journey — Morpethroad”
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