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A picture of a boy named George, forced into a frilly dress. The basket he's holding contains bay leaves, which in the Victorian language of flowers means "I change but in death". His twin sister died and his parents wanted a keepsake of her so this was the nearest they could get. I imagine they found comfort in it, but it seems quite strange to me.

A picture of a boy named George, forced into a frilly dress. The basket he's holding contains bay leaves, which in the Victorian language of flowers means "I change but in death". His twin sister died and his parents wanted a keepsake of her so this was the nearest they could get. I imagine they found comfort in it, but it seems quite strange to me.

LOVE LOVE LOVE This.  The winged heart (overlay) to me represents eternal love... 😍 Love this locket (As above symbolised by wings, So below by blood that runs through our veins/Passion & Heart Chakra Reiki Cord Connection:  Every time u think of your beloved u strengthen the bond that runs between u, how beautiful!)  Wonder if that is why Red String Myth is red?  Connected to each person's pinky for fidelity & hence eternal Soul Star Connection & ascension eg. Dakini Island perhaps...

LOVE LOVE LOVE This. The winged heart (overlay) to me represents eternal love... 😍 Love this locket (As above symbolised by wings, So below by blood that runs through our veins/Passion & Heart Chakra Reiki Cord Connection: Every time u think of your beloved u strengthen the bond that runs between u, how beautiful!) Wonder if that is why Red String Myth is red? Connected to each person's pinky for fidelity & hence eternal Soul Star Connection & ascension eg. Dakini Island perhaps...

In France, on St. Catherine's Day, it is customary for unmarried women to pray for husbands, and to honour women who've reached 25 years of age but haven't married—called "Catherinettes" in France. Catherinettes send postcards to each other, and friends of the Catherinettes make hats for them—traditionally using the colours yellow (faith) and green (wisdom), often outrageous—and crown them for the day.

In France, on St. Catherine's Day, it is customary for unmarried women to pray for husbands, and to honour women who've reached 25 years of age but haven't married—called "Catherinettes" in France. Catherinettes send postcards to each other, and friends of the Catherinettes make hats for them—traditionally using the colours yellow (faith) and green (wisdom), often outrageous—and crown them for the day.

Taxidermy cat hat.  Apparently this was a thing because I have a book on Victorian fashion that describes a tippet with a real kitten head at each end.

Taxidermy cat hat. Apparently this was a thing because I have a book on Victorian fashion that describes a tippet with a real kitten head at each end.

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