Channelling Jane

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Happy holiday Monday.  I was moved to share my love of all things Jane Austen today, prompted no doubt by the fact that I was recently watching the 2009 version of Emma for the…oh I don’t know…maybe two hundredth time.  Have a heart, I needed a break from packing and unpacking and moving yet again.  Even though I know it’s all my own doing.

Anyway, this is Donwell Abbey,  the home of Mr. Knightley, who of course eventually wins the heart of the fair Emma.  The actual house used was built in 1562 in Surrey, England.

 

And this is Hartfield where Emma lives with her father.  It’s actually a lovely 17th century manor house which has been owned by the same family since 1731.  Isn’t it pretty?

 

The town of Chilham in Kent, England was used for the village scenes.

 

And for those interested in participating in Emma with me, here’s a video clip.  Enjoy.

ElleSommer
Elle Sommer is the author and founder of Live Purposefully Now, a website focused on sharing the insights and ancient wisdom that have collectively changed her life, in the desire to make a meaningful impact on yours. Trained at Coach U and having completed a year long training with Bob Proctor, her mission is to encourage and inspire others to build the business, relationships and life they want. Get your free instant access to Success Simplified ebook and get the tips, techniques and secrets of successfully living the life you want.
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