July 27, 2015
I’m Ada, I’m an Italian 17 yo high school student. I love studying and reading biographies, and I’ve been a huge Tudor fan since I was 8. I am a huge fan of Elizabeth I in particular, as you can see from my nickname and avatar, but when it comes to Tudor History I grab anything and everything I can watch or read.
I can describe my personality using three adjectives: stubborn, hot-tempered, strong willed. I think that’s all for now, hope I can get to be part of the family soon!
P.S. as I said, English is not my native language, so please forgive my bad grammar and help me spot any mistakes!
"I may not be a lion, but I am a lion's cub, and I have a lion's heart"
January 3, 2012
Welcome to our Boleyn Family Home Ada. Come on in, sit down, put your feet up and enjoy the wild ride.
We are a mixed bunch of scallywags who enjoy a good debate and sharing the odd laugh or 2 along the way. Jump right in with any questions there is always someone around to answer them.
I look forward to reading your posts.
Benvenuti nella nostra casa di famiglia Boleyn in, sedersi, mettersi comodi e godetevi la corsa. Siamo un gruppo molto eterogeneo di scallywags che gode di un buon dibattito e condivisione la strana risata o 2 lungo la strada. Salta a destra con qualsiasi domande c’è sempre qualcuno pronto a rispondere alle loro. Sono ansioso di leggere i tuoi messaggi.
Your English is very good Ada certainly much better than my Italian or any other language come to think about it. Thankfully we do have Babylon which makes things much easier.
Elizabeth was amazing woman, but then she did have a remarkable and courageous mother. To coin a phrase “England never had it so good when Elizabeth Tudor was on the throne”. She sorted out and repaired the damage that her father and her sister created (Edward never really had the chance to create his own England) and made England great. Anne would have been over the moon about what her Elizabeth had achieved, and strangely I rather think Henry too would have been very proud of her. The red haired brat than Anne gave him, built an England that far surpassed anything he could do.
She may have failed in doing one thing and that was giving England an heir, but in a way England was her child and she raised it well, even after over 400 years since her death England is still the strong resolute wonderful child that she took into her hands in that bleak November of 1558.
Semper Fidelis, quod sum quod
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