4 thoughts on “Letters 35

  1. I’m glad that Elizabeth has identified her two major concerns about leaving Longbourn. I had forgotten about her younger sisters as a concern. Her second concern I had anticipated.
    I’m curious to see what your solution will be!

  2. I noticed that Darcy called John ‘Son’. Had he done that before or was this a new manifestation of the paternal feelings (and wishful thinking) he’s been having?

    I had been wondering what the plans would be for Longbourn & younger Bennets once D&E marry. (I AM assuming they will marry!!!!) Looking forward to seeing what ideas Darcy has devised.

    At any rate, it’s good to see that it is ‘logistics’ that’s holding Lizzy back for now. She’s no longer denying her feelings.

    Thanks for posting!

    • Yes, he’s already thinking of the children as his children.

      As for the rest, you’ll have your answers soon. They weren’t what i had planned, but they seemed to make the most sense as I was writing and I learned a long time ago that my characters normally know what’s best for them, even if I don’t agree.

  3. Real Progress between ODB & ODG. Elizabeth being able to articulate her concerns allows Darcy to attempt to formulate a solution and I have no doubt that he will.
    Did Elizabeth catch how he addressed John? They have become his children.

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