Wednesday, July 05, 2006

I'm Elinor Dashwood

1 comment:

  1. previous commentors3.1.07

    July 5, 2006 - Me, too.

    Posted by Rhonda

    I'm also Elinor Dashwood.

    I'm curious to see the picture they use for Elizabeth Bennet. For me, it would have to be Jennifer Ehle from the A&E version of the movie.

    July 5, 2006 - Untitled Comment

    Posted by lindafay

    Yes, they did read use Jennifer. I really liked her as Elizabeth

    July 5, 2006 - Untitled Comment

    Posted by loricarr
    I am Fanny Price. I have not read Mansfield Park. I am going to have to get my copy down and read it to find out if it is true.

    July 6, 2006 - How fun!

    Posted by mamatc

    My DH and I just watched Sense & Sensibility 2 nights ago! I am like Marianne Dashwood. I asked my husband to guess which character I would be and he jokingly said "Oh gee, I don't know. Marianne?" Apparently it's obvious to him who I am most like, although I had a pretty good idea. Does that just reinforce the results? he he he :)
    I really enjoyed reading your posts, I'm so glad I came across your blog. We have a lot of similar interests. I'll be visiting again!

    Traci :)

    July 6, 2006 - Untitled Comment

    Posted by ihopeyoudance

    I'm Marianne Dashwood... just as I suspected!

    July 6, 2006 - Untitled Comment

    Posted by reformingmama

    I am, too, apparently! I'm gonna have to pull my book out and do a re-read one of these days!
    Blessings to you and yours. And how is your husband doing?

    July 7, 2006 - Untitled Comment

    Posted by MorningGlory

    Apparently, I'm Marianne Dashwood also. I'd like to think of myself more as Elinor, but to be honest, I suppose Marianne is more like me. :)

    July 8, 2006 - I did the quiz (0:

    Posted by Canadagirl

    If you want to see my result look at my side bar (0:
    How is your hubby doing. We keep prayin for him.
    In Him,

    July 8, 2006 - Untitled Comment

    Posted by lindafay

    This quiz made me want to get my Austen books out again and reread. I just read Pride and Prejudice to my daughters. We had a delightful time together discussing human character and virtue. This book is a wonderful way to bring up these issues with our daughters.

    My husband is on the mend. He still can't use his hands but the pain is gone. Thanks for asking.


    July 9, 2006 - Untitled Comment

    Posted by Anonymous

    Emma, here! Although, I don't see myself as manipulative!!!!!!