Time for Being a Jane Austen Mystery Book Club‼️
1️⃣ After the grandeur of Chatsworth with #JaneandtheStillroomMaid it was interesting to see a different side of Jane's life with her Navy Captain brother Frank.
2️⃣ Two favorite quotes.
"I expect a severe March, a wet April, and a sharp May,” I returned. “But we may hold out hope for June, Mary. What would England be, after all, without her June?”
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“I believe, my dear, that we should fortify ourselves with a glass of wine.”
“But it is barely ten o‘clock in the morning, Jane!”
“And the sun is not yet over the yardarm.” I smiled up at him. “Consider, Frank, that if you were in the Indies now— or rounding the Horn…”⬇️
4️⃣ Frenchman's story.
5️⃣ Jiggery- pokery. It's my new favorite phrase.
6️⃣ I love the quiet of winter after the holidays. I'm actually always a bit sad to see it ending. Spring brings so much busyness.⬇️ 1mo
8️⃣ Dodge the chamberpots. At least you're outside in the fresh air. Wool House probably smelled worse than ship did.
9️⃣ I had this exact conversation with my mother countless times. "There is nothing wrong with you, as you very well know, that a little activity should not cure. You are too much indisposed. Fresh air is what you require.” 1mo
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