Empathic Writing(Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen) – It is the morning after the Meryton Assembly. You are Lizzy/Darcy. Write your thoughts.
What choice do I have, but to be simply incapable of putting last night’s Meryton Assembly into words? Such a vast array of different characters and finery. There was hardly any doubt that Jane had caught the eye of more than one potential suitor. Rosy cheeks and doe eyes tended to give a high opinion, especially with Mr. Bingley, whom she danced with twice. A rare occurrence indeed, with my dear sister being the only exception I have ever known. Mama was not the only approving figure.
The evening started off with a tentative atmosphere in the room. However, this applied not to Mama, who made no hesitation in getting down to a hearty gossip with the neighbours. Scheming and planning on various introductions to the Bingley entourage, I am sure. Their entrance was similar to the royal kind...