But the question is, what did she use for toilet paper? Toilet paper wasn't invented as we know it until the 1880's, although a Medical roll of paper was evidently around in 1866.
But Victoria never did take to the roll. Evidently she used individual square paper pieces neatly stacked in attractive wooden holders supplied by Thomas Capper & Co. Or maybe she had her own queenly fancy crapper paper holders.
She couldn't wear makeup. Whore.
She couldn't leave the premises without permission. Whore.
She couldn't wear a bra. Whore.
What happened during “that time” of month? How did she bathe? Did servants bathe? Did the masters bathe? So many questions.
Her money has to come from somewhere, and at that time, if she didn't marry a rich man, what were her options? What does she know and what does she have with her that could contribute to financial security?
She will be dressed in Scottish dress when she travels back in time. I have that figured out. And she can have some kind of bag that fits into that time.
Bags then weren't very big. What should be in it? Something that she eventually discovers could make her financially independent?
She will have a journal. And a pen. Which wasn't invented yet, or was that year….That gives me ideas.
And a sewing kit, because she is an accomplished seamstress. Surely some makeup. She’s a girly girl. But that was a no-no back then.
Maybe a flask of whiskey. She’s a whiskey drinking girly girl. And some tarot cards. I have to learn more about tarot cards. What else?