Would you mind being taken for royalty? Not this girl, and certainly many of us.
A local museum had drawn quite a crowd. The gallery was displaying a collection of arts from French Royalty. The grandest exhibit belonged to King Louis XIV, the "Sun King." The sun is an integral part of the exhibit as Louis drew his inspiration from Apollo, Greek god of the sun. It was rumored someone from the lineage of King Louis himself was in attendance. A young student, ironically chose to wear her sun pendant, unaware of Louis' deep affection for the sun. Before long a small crowd gathered around the young student to catch a glimpse of the turquois sun pendant. People began to whisper that she was probably the “descendent,” alluding to the symbol of her pendant. Overhearing the gossip, the girl felt obligated to explain that her pendant was actually a part of the Slane Solis collection. The girl, however, allowed herself to bask in spotlight for a short while. After all, it’s not every day someone gets confused for royalty!
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