I’m ONLY on page 92??? I still have a ways to go. But getting there. I’ll celebrate when I get to page 100!
I decided to play with type this time, taking a quote from earlier in the book. It was fun, but took some time to get it just right.
Pip is now ashamed of his home. He often imagines the fine, beautiful Estella peeping in at him at work in the forge, doing his most coarsest work, covered in black soot. Pip’s schooling at Mr Wopsle’s great-aunt’s is terminated. He has outgrown the school (learned as much as he can from her). He does admit that most of his learning came from Biddy anyway. She taught him many things. I hope he is grateful to her!