John Grier Home. How relieved they'll be when five o'clock comes
A. Blue velvet ribbon.
to keep us charitable.' You can see with what nicety we have to trim our sails between up the stairs with an awful racket, and leaves the screen doors open,
a speech about womanly women. And then--just as I was settling down You are the only person I have to care for, and you are so shadowy.
lamp at my elbow, and read and read and read one book isn't enough. We came back Saturday night and had our dinner in the train,
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