Re: The Chrysanthemums
Does Elisa regret being with her husband Henry, now that she has met the Tinker?
No, I don't think she necessarily regrets being with her husband. Elisa however does wish that she could follow her dreams and be more adventurous. The time that Elisa lives in limits what experiences she can have and how much of the world she can explore. She knows that according to society, her rightful place is with her husband on their successful ranch. But her heart leads her in a different direction. She knows that she loves her husband very much, and that he will always love her back.
I think that an interesting question is, if Elisa would have followed her dreams, where do you think she would be and what would she be doing?
That is a very interesting question Nekayla. I don't think there would be just one certain place she would be, but all over the world. Elisa's character to me seems like she would be an independent women who wants to travel the world.