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Words from Experience to Youth: Part Two — 4 Comments

  1. Oh that was absolutely delightful! Both Margaret and Wickham have bonded over these letters and Wickham is sounding like the wise old grandfather imparting wisdom. I can’t believe I just wrote that! LOL! I actually had a smile on face throughout and a good chuckle over the whimsical gilded feather headdress of Mrs. Wickham. I am so glad they were able to attend the wedding! I can only imagine what the tittering behind fans that must have been going on! Mrs. Wickham certainly has carved a place for herself in society!

    • Thank you so much for your kind words! The years have certainly mellowed GW and given him a certain reflection that perhaps he was lacking in his younger days. I must admit, I was very heartened to read of Mrs W’s determination to spread her particular brand of fabulous, whatever others might have said about it.

  2. The old devil is full of surprises, isn’t he? You just never know how youthful mistakes can mature a fellow. Thanks for stopping by, Carole!

  3. Interesting…as one actor said, “Inconceivable”.

    I wonder at how your minds came up with this conversation back and worth, with generations between the two much less the difference in their genders. And how old is Mrs. Thornton, at this point. Tongue in cheek…15 minutes together one day. I am glad the N&S variations I read put them in each other’s company a little longer. And to imagine that Wicked head hung around that many years…very creative, my dears.

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