""Oh my...did a rainbow mean an end? I hope not, but you haven't been posting.
Where I am it's March 31st...which of course is the date of Charlotte's passing...158 years ago today :("
No Anne, the rainbow isn't the end. I was ill for 2 weeks and didn't have the energy to post. I even did'nt follow what happened in Bronteland. And for me this is very strange.
But.....I am much better now and take up the pen again. Anne, I like it that you missed me!!!!
I am looking now on the internet, what did I miss?????
- 158 years ago. March 31st marks the anniversary of Charlotte's death and it's always a date to pause and reflect on her works, her life, her afterlife.
- Actress Sheila Hancock travelled to Haworth to make a new documentary about the Bronte sisters, and made an “important new discovery” among the love letters written by Charlotte to her married tutor. Read more: thetelegraphandargus
- Actor David tells of horrible history of ‘dirty’ Haworth village. keighley news
- The Emily and Charlotte Bronte pens are made out of wood from the church where the authors are buried, reclaimed from a pew in the church. The Anne Bronte pen is crafted from wood from the Bronte schoolhouse, removed when the building’s window frame needed replacing. thetelegraphandargus
- The parsonage in the snow. facebook.com/#!/groups/