Life In the Towns - Abby Rosheim
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The peasants would wake up with smoke in their lungs from the previous night. the only warmth they had was fire. throughout the night they had to keep a fire going in their houses to stay warm.
*Coughs* there's more smoke in here than yesterday! Kids, I'm going to be going to the merchant fair. Honey, Can you please watch the kids?
Here we are, at a merchant fair. These fairs were always crowded and dirty. Citizens living in the town wouldn't take proper care of their trash and just throw it out the window.
At most merchant fairs people traded food or goods, but some just bought the items with money. merchant fairs had music and dancers going on, so it was very entertaining and fun. This was a very easy way to spread disease
Would you trade a carrot for some corn?
Deal! Thanks for the corn! Have a nice day!
It would get really dark in the towns because they didn't have street light to light up the way. Also animals would come out and it would be hard to see so some merchants might think it's a robber.
Wow, the dancers are still out! It's so late, they won't be able to find their way home!
Well, that merchant fair was a success! Honey, I'm home how were the kids? We have come carrots to last us a little bit! Now time to start the fire.
Thanks for joining us on this adventure through a day in the middle ages!
Man, being a narrator is hard, now time for some rest!
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