By Elizabeth Ann West

The fourth season of the Seasons of Serendipity and end of the 1st yr sees Elizabeth and Darcy reconcile the implications in their honeymoon journey in Scotland with their family's destiny. Kitty Bennet and Georgiana Darcy have bonded over their education for debut in society, plus discovered a little bit mischief to create. while Darcy makes a decision to aid his spouse mourn the one-year anniversary of her father's passing with a visit to Hertfordshire, he unearths an entire new set of difficulties anticipate them either concerning the widow Bennet.

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Jjj Happily I still have sleep, and still have my soft memories. Someone wise once told me that memory could be divided into near and far categories, but for me the kinds of memory are hard and soft. Soft comes by itself, slipping in through the curtains in rays and slanting or beaming across empty floors suddenly, breaking the dark. Whereas hard memories are assignments. Remembering some rules is hard, and times and procedures, and the numbers that people are given in long sequences of digits.

I did not wish him to be embarrassed by the deformity. I knew about deformities since I now had a foot that was not as footlike as other feet. ” I would console myself saying, for all the closeness it is a very small penalty. And finally I thought: the way gone people talk to the living ones in words they leave behind or other things they make, the living can talk between themselves more easily, with no words at all. So this is what we are doing. So between the living and the living there is the closeness of skin, the touches that go without words, or past them.

I never could understand it. But all through my happy life there has been no better thought than to try. The end of the universe and being gone, both of them forever. Anyway, after fifteen minutes, when Jim had smoked his two cigarettes, it was inside again for me. “Hop hop hop,” Jim would say. ” So twice a month I got to leave my room behind, and leave the walls, and corners, and plaster, and the artificial lights and metal furniture. I got to abandon squareness, which is not a shape that happens often of its own accord, except in crystals growing beneath the scale of sight.

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