Home Rules Plot Member List View Today's Posts
Hello, guest!
or Register?

Stroll on beach
Junior Member

6 Posts
2 Threads

Pronouns: She her
Age: 22
Occupation: Baker
Height: 5'3
Registered: Nov 2019

#1
Elizabeth has made one true friend  since her family had moved to Whitby.  After all she has taken more of the young woman who brought bread quite often from their bakery. She was a bit younger then her so she began talking to the woman named Magi.  She was already married with two children and another on the way.

She was going to meet Magi for a gentle stroll in the beach, fresh air was meant to be good. It would be good to catch up with Magi, so she ventured toward the beach to meet Magi
Reply
Junior Member

2 Posts
0 Threads

Age: 20
Occupation: Fisherman's wife
Registered: Oct 2019

#2
Maggie was already on the beach. She was carrying a one year old girl on her hip, but stooping down now and then to collect molluscs, which she put in the basket her four year old son, John. She smiled when her friend approached. "Good to see you. She hugged her friend. The baby on her arm giggled, and then grabbed the Elizabeth's hair.
Reply
Junior Member

6 Posts
2 Threads

Pronouns: She her
Age: 22
Occupation: Baker
Height: 5'3
Registered: Nov 2019

#3
Elizabeth saw Maggie on the beach with her children in toe , the beach was fun for children and for her as well. She was watching sea when the baby pulled her hair, Elizabeth frowned a bit at the pain but tried not to get angry at what the baby did as they couldn't help it.

Its good to see you too Magi, what a wonderful day to walk the beach.”

It was a nice sunny day, the waves seemed smooth today too.

I do love the beaches here.”
Reply
Junior Member

2 Posts
0 Threads

Age: 20
Occupation: Fisherman's wife
Registered: Oct 2019

#4
"Oh goodness!" Maggie quickly took the infant's hand and pushed it open with her thumb to release Elisabeth from Hannah's grip. "Sorry about that." She put the baby on her other hip, to keep her from reaching for Elisabeth, and rocked her a little as she started crying. "Aye, we're lucky this year." Well, it was always a dilemma. The rain was good for catching fish. But it was cold and brought sickness. Somehow they were condemned to either freeze or starve - or both, if you were very unfortunate. "How is the bakery these days?"

More importantly, was there a man her friend fancied? When did she think she would get married at last? Maggie was eager for juicy details, since she had not seen her friend for some time, and the thought of falling behind on gossip was almost too much to bear. But it would be impolite to start prying immediately.
Reply


Forum Jump:


Users browsing this thread: 1 Guest(s)
Chat
BY WIT & WHITBY DISCORD
theme created by Josie of the RPG Initiative. Powered By MyBB, © 2002-2019 MyBB Group. RPG Initiative RPG-D RPGfix Umbra Roleplaying Smooth Sailing RP Lovers Top RP Sites Top RP Sites