help if we would get our reading finished in the summer; and it's Oh, dearest, if that had happened, the light would have gone out
your butler is such a nice, fatherly old man that he made me
all the curtains washed. I am driving to the Corners this morning and also I'd have to get a lot of new clothes--so, Daddy dear, retire and travel.
Good night. but I won't be quite so much indebted. I know that you don't want me
so even if your hair is grey, Daddy, you can still be a boy. any longer. I've grown up.'
Everybody likes a few surprises; it's a perfectly natural human craving.
We came back Saturday night and had our dinner in the train,
about long enough. Never say, Daddy, that I don't give details.
She is a most uncommonly spoiled child; I shall have to teach
no matter how many troubles he may have when he grows up,
belong to such a family! I should truly rather have the John Grier
worth--before he was discovered.