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Elizabeth Bennet: Did I just agree to dance with Mr. Darcy? Charlotte Lucas: I dare say you will find him amiable. Elizabeth Bennet: It would be most inconvenient since I have sworn to loathe him for all eternity. [both laugh] - Pride and Prejudice (2005)

Elizabeth Bennet: Did I just agree to dance with Mr. Charlotte Lucas: I dare say you will find him amiable. Elizabeth Bennet: It would be most inconvenient since I have sworn to loathe him for all eternity. [both laugh] - Pride and Prejudice

A Peanuts character named Charlotte Braun was killed off by Schulz after a fan asked him to remove her from the strip. In his response, Schultz told the fan she was responsible for the death of the character and included a picture of Charlotte Braun with an ax through her head

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An article with some of the best homeschooling advice I've come across.

Helpful Advice for Homeschooling Elementary School-Aged Children

Fashion shoot for Vita Radzina

Fashion shoot for Vita Radzina

A fashion shoot for wonderful latvian designer Vita Radzina I did in the beginning of September. Models: Līga and Nikole, Dandy Style, make-up: Vita Radzina

Your will shall decide your destiny - Charlotte Brontë, Jane Eyre

Your will shall decide your destiny - Charlotte Brontë, Jane Eyre (yes, I am madly in love with this novel)

fair-winds-and-all-i-see:    Happy horse, happy rider. Our London 2012 gold medalist and her amazing horse. I love the story of Charlotte and Valegro. Carl Hester is a champion, too. He took Charlotte under his wing and let her ride his horse to victory. He said he knew Valegro could win a gold medal. He knew Charlotte would be the rider to get it. She has said she owes everything to him. What a great team.

fair-winds-and-all-i-see: Happy horse, happy rider. Our London 2012 gold medalist and her amazing horse, Charlotte and Valegro. Carl Hester, the owner of Valegro, allowed Charlotte to ride his horse to victory.

Princess Augusta Sophia (1768 - 1840). Daughter of King George III and Queen Charlotte. After her father went insane her mother insisted on keeping her daughters with her, and forbid them to marry. Many men wanted to marry Augusta, but her parents refused to let her go. She died unmarried.

Princess Augusta Sophia of the United Kingdom November 1768 – 22 September was the second daughter of George III and Charlotte of Mecklenburg-Strelitz. - Portrait of Princess Augusta aged 13 in 1782 by Thomas Gainsborough

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