She enjoys the finer things in life, focuses on the world around her, and shows almost no emotion.
I'm another year older? Thanks for the good advice, Ella but we just want to know how the Wine Moms got out of the basement. Edmund has always been able to sense the emotional atmosphere and is adept at comforting and soothing over social booboos. Please mark your spoilers!
Did none of us notice how "set up" that room looked.... She is very aware of how the world works and how she must work within it. This woman is a true blue ENFP and nothing will ever convince me otherwise.
I'm still supremely bitter about how my girl Austen played Henry Crawford. Jane , one of the sweetest and kindest Austenian heroines, is content at home with familiar comforts.
Want to add to the discussion? What is better than hiding in plain sight? Logical, Colonel Brandon assesses situations and takes swift actions.
It's why she initially rejects Wentworth's proposal of marriage and why she is so willing to do tasks no one else would, such as caring for her "sick" sister, Mary. She trusts her intuition, but it's not always correct see: Looking outward for harmony and approval, Anne relies on others' opinions almost too much. Doing so will get you banned without a warning. Caleb took Lucas there and stayed out because he was watching if someone went there so he could warn Lucas.
AD texted some things that happened there. Alex being the one who hit Bethany That Night and it was her who Spencer saw. It will be because they are too blind to see what is happening. He finds out what Willoughby did to his ward and challenges him to a duel, then informs Elinor of the truth of Willoughby's character.
Wickham is an objective, go-getting planner.