|lady elizabeth darling (ladylizzie) wrote in toujoursliberer,|
@ 2008-05-17 00:11:00
Subject: Elizabeth takes a stroll around the park.
Where: A park in London.
Who: Lady Elizabeth Darling
Warnings: None as of yet.
Open to: Any person.
The day was far from over, the sun in her big brown doe eyes. Giving a beautiful and healthy shine to her enviable curls, which were swept up as per the norm of the other social ladies. Although admitedly Elizabeth rather much enjoyed having her hair full down instead of bothered up so tediously. Her brows were delicately cut, and her lips were a surprisingly natural shade of a bright pink, and her cheeks were slightly rosy. For she'd been walking for sometime now. Her dress was a pale blue, with a black trim. It was obviously of the latest fashion, as expected. Her father insisted she kept with the fashion trends, kept with the times, and made sure never to speak with the French.
It was that last part that she had a trouble following. In the honest truth while Elizabeth had good intentions she was still very naive. The young girl of two and twenty was sheltered and had yet to truly experience the world outside of balls, gowns, offers of marriage (her father would boast how she's earned herself ten offers, and only two were truly unsuitable), and a truly high rank. She wanted to help but while she knew how to sharpen her tongue, it would only get her so far. To try and help a person must truly know the whole situation. Unfortunately Elizabeth didn't know everything about the Revolution that was going on. All she did actually know was that she didn't want people to get hurt, and so she personally financed out of her own pocket in which she subsequently earned from her father; saving missions. For women-and-children in the line of fire regardless of which side.
Moving along the pathway she gave a small smile as she noticed a small patch of flowers. Slowly bending down she smoothed her dress down so she could place the flowers she would begin to pick, and place them down there until she was fully ready to continue on with the small bouquet.