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Susan Clegg and Her Friend Mrs. Lathrop

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Published by IndyPublish.com .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • General & Literary Fiction,
  • General,
  • Fiction,
  • Fiction - General

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages120
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11827483M
    ISBN 101421954400
    ISBN 109781421954400

    I declare, but I am aggravated. Do you know, Mrs. She got her share anyhow, though, f'r that dog's nose handle caught her right aroun' her leg 'n' throwed her head foremost into the ditch. I guess mebbe the Sperrits was some wore out themselves, f'r they jus' told him 't no one could possibly object, 'n' then they had the carryall 'n' drove 'em both in town right after dinner.

    Owing to the death of her mother some twenty years before, Susan had fallen into the position of a helpless and timid young girl whose only key to the problems of life in general had been the advice of her older and wiser neighbor. Duruy jus' sat right flat down on the whole thing. Fisher says 's he told her 't, seein' things is 's they is, he's lookin' to see them stockin's keep right on shrinkin' down through the minister's family until they end up 's socks on the thirteenth baby. Le Gallienne's new book displays in a remarkable degree his fineimagination, charming style, and the high quality of his verse. Having left the tray behind in her mad flight of the night before, she had come over with the teapot in one hand and a plate of toast in the other.

    If she takes occasion to run in next door, she is of course leaving the house which she ought to be keeping, but she can lean on the fence all day without feeling derelict as to a single duty. Miss Clegg perceived the interested gaze directed towards her out of the kitchen window and decided to go in next door for a little visit. It's this afternoon 's the butcher 'n' the man 's mends church spires 's comin' together to get the cow out o' the mill-wheel. Not a store was closed, 'n' Mr.


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Lathrop began, mastering her earlier emotions. I asked him to set some sort of a figger on father, 'n' he would n't so much 's set down himself. I hear a noise, 'n' my first thought was 's it was Jathrop or mebbe the butcher, but I got to the window jus' in time to see a tail make the turn o' the gate, 'n' the seein' the tail showed right off 's it warn't Jathrop nor yet the butcher.

But speakin' o' waste reminds me over again 's I don't want to throw no more time away on you, so, 's I'm always frank 'n' open, I'll jus' say so 'n' go now. Lathrop, who was of course cognizant of every movement on her neighbor's part, saw her go and made haste to be ready against her home-coming.

I did n't know whose sins he was meanin', the cow's or Jathrop's, but I did n't ask. Nothin' 't he could say would help any—there you 'd be one leg gone forever.

Fisher come up jus' 's she got through, 'n' he said whatever she'd said he'd stand to, for although John Bunyan was nothin' but a darn fool now, he had the makin' of a man in him, 'n' he--Mr. The whole six is ahead now, 'n' instid o' wrigglin' 'n' sighin', you'd ought to think how good it is as I'm here to take care o' you.

Lathrop seated in the kitchen. Plaster 'll eat anythin' right up, hide, hair, 'n' all. Lathrop turned a little in bed. They was each made so. Lathrop gasped, taking her clover from her lips.

Macy, for she says 't it's as plain 's the nose on the outside o' your face 't 'Liza Em'ly 's nothin' to rip. Owing to the death of her mother some twenty years before, Susan had fallen into the position of a helpless and timid young girl whose only key to the problems of life in general had been the advice of her older and wiser neighbor.

They didn't have no money nor no clothes nor no place to go to, 'n' the minister's wife begun to cry jus' 's soon 's Mrs. I do believe the only happy woman in it last night was Gran'ma Mullins, 'n' 'f you want to see happiness, Mrs. Do you mean to say 's you don't know a blessin' when it 's throwed right square in your face like yesterday?

Allen was in after mail, 'n' she said Brunhilde Susan was in bed, 'n' the cow was all milked for the night, 'n' her mind was easy over 'em both; 'n' Gran'ma Mullins was to the drug-store after some quinine to put on little Jane's thumb. Shores," said Susan; "she never sewed on it none.

I ain't so happy over Brunhilde Susan 's I would be if she had more sense. Miss White 's freshened it up two times for me, 'n' I always have new ribbons to tie it every other Easter, but still, in the box or out o' the box, its day is past for lookin' brand-new, 'n' I don't deny the truth 's a more foolish woman might feel some inclined to do.

It was real touchin' too to think how near her letter came to bein' one o' mother's, 'n' in the end I jus' sneezed till I cried, for, to my shame be it said, Mrs.

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Todos los departamentos. ‎This always consisted of itself, toast, and a slice of bacon; and she apparently took as much pleasure in the preparation of the meal as if it were not the ten thousandth of its kind which she had cooked and eaten. As she hustled and bustled here and there, her manner seemed even more sprightly than.

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