Mary's everyday life
Written by Ann2
(10/8/2005 5:52 p.m.)
in consequence of the missive, Nurse Mary, penned by Cheryl
Mary just didn't want to be left out of what was going on...
No that's it! She is already very envious that Anne is about to join Sir W and Elizabeth in fashionable Bath, while she is trapped in a cottage, where nobody will visit and she doesn't get her due as the daughter of a baronet.
To her Lyme and the Harville's and the hope of other interesting visitor's at the inn is a great improvement, I'm inclined to think. She also want's to be counted with, regarded as important to Louisa. Something a bit like Lydia's idiotic notion 'I'm a married woman and should be valued accordingly'.