Henrietta Ford was not the sort of woman who had hallucinations.
In fact, hallucinations—which she didn’t have!—were some of the many things that seemed to make life far more interesting for other women. For instance, take her mother. Her mother had dreams. Prophetic dreams. She’d come to Henrietta in the morning, from the time Henrietta — Rietta to her friends — had turned fourteen and say “Henry” — which of course was what mother called her — “I dreamed you had married a prince.”
This story is now published as part of this collection: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B09W3WBJYJ