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13 June 2013



This is one place I would love to visit on my list of many places in England. The printers drawers are wonderful.


Eager to hear more about your exciting new project, Tara! Those cabinets are stunning. I've always been fond of old type pieces. I have a VERY small collection that really don't get their due. I've often laughed that wrapped in the foot of the sock, they'd make a rather lethal weapon for an intruder! Still, I do love them!

How wonderful to visit Chawton. Like you, the first time I read Pride and Prejudice I was enchanted and loved it and certainly found it most accessible. But I didn't have a clue till reading much later with a bit more perspective. Rick calls young singers (like Charlotte Church or Jackie Evancho) who sing songs with lyrics they can't possibly understand as girls singing "Big Girl Songs." I think it was like that for me with Pride and Prejudice.

Thanks for sharing these wonderful photos and future hint! I'm anticipating!

Lisa, a.k.a. The Bold Soul

How wonderful that you were able to go there! I so wished I had had more time in England in May, I was SO close to Chawton (Winchester) on my last day but simply couldn't figure out how to fit in the extra train trip to Chawton.

Which of course, now gives me a legitimate reason to go BACK and explore more of that part of England. :)

Love your writing desk photo!


I am swooning at the sight of that cabinetry! We occasionally run across them at antique stores and they are so pricey we can only dream of owning one. How I would love to open every drawer in that cabinet! Great photos!

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