Things I Like — Sara/Sara

My name in the US is bland. Overly popular in the 80s, it trundles along unremarked except the very occasional with an H?

Brits, though, especially the posh ones, upon seeing my written name query is it Sara or Sah-ra?

Both vowels uniform, like Princess Zara. Or Italian beauty, cara.

I like this glamorous doppelgänger. Sah-ra lives in a red brick, in Chelsea. She speaks with a Home County Lilt. She probably rides horses and has a white chaise. Her silk blouses are never spoilt by stains. Her hair never breaks or blows in her mouth when speaking outdoors.

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