While writing, I often have a YouTube Music to Write By playlist that will repeat over and over in the background through my headset. Sometimes, like this week, I search out new instrumental music to add to the list. Today’s video has found its way onto my list. I enjoy Brian Crain’s music, and this video…well, it has distracted me from writing with its prettiness, so, of course, I had to share it with you. Enjoy!
“BRIAN CRAIN – Pastel Garden, Piano and Light.” YouTube. Video Created and uploaded by Andreea Petcu. March 2, 2013
So what was I writing this week while this song was playing? A couple of confrontations and this one important realization.
From Her Father’s Choice (my current work in rough progress ):
Elizabeth settled into the seat and attempted to listen to the conversation around her, but her mind kept wandering back to the conversation with Miss Ivison and Miss Pearce. She had felt a need to defend herself, but it was not what truly inspired her to speak as she had. What was it about Mr. Darcy that made her feel a need to see that he was well and that his name was not harmed?
“Oh!” Her hand flew to her mouth and her eyes grew wide as understanding dawned on her.
“Are you well?” asked Lady Sophia.
Elizabeth smiled brightly. “I am well. I was merely woolgathering.” She now saw her dislike for those two women and Miss Bingley for what it was. Mr. Darcy had touched her heart, and she was jealous.
Mary looked at her doubtfully. “Are you certain you are well, Lizzy?”
Elizabeth nodded. “I am well. Very, very well.” And, she added to herself, quite possibly in love.