I think I'll have a spot of tea with Jane Austen and Mr. Darcy at this dreamy terrace overlooking a manicured lawn.
beautiful outdoor spaces
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This is from Pride and Prejudice. Yeah, I am a huge Jane Austen fan. Add Colin Firth as Mr. Darcy and I melt. Ahhh...
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2nd favorite jane austen novel, but in all honesty captain wentworth is somewhat more accomplished than mr. darcy. i still love both though.
Books Worth Reading
Dancing with Mr. Darcy: Stories Inspired by Jane Austen and Chawton House Library by Sarah Waters
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If I loved you less, I might be able to talk about it more. - Mr. Knightley (Emma, Jane Austen) Awww...
I haven't made this, but I think I'll have the kids help.
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Screen It Up... I think I'll have to make this adorable bag!
"Mr Darcy: I hope you’re not displeased with Pemberley? Elizabeth Bennet: No, not at all. Mr Darcy: Then you approve of it? Elizabeth Bennet: Very much. But I think there are few who would not approve. Mr Darcy: But your good opinion is rarely bestowed and therefore more worth the earning." I love this scene!
Very fine house
I think I might have to invite these guys over for tea.
There is nothing I would not do for those who are really my friends. I have no notion of loving people by halves, it is not my nature. -Jane Austen.
Beautiful! I'll have to try and do this sometime. I have that tea light candle holder.
BALLS PARK, HERTFORDSHIRE- This glorious Jacobean mansion is believed by some to have been the inspiration for Netherfield Hall, Mr Bingley's grand estate in Pride and Prejudice where Darcy and Elizabeth dance for the first time. Austen herself may have visited the property, which has now been converted into 19 homes.
Very fine house
I've never had a Rolo, but I think that this is a great idea! I'll have to try it with chocolate chip, too!