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Chapter 19

my early days to having people cross at me that I can endure it much better than Diana can.”

Much of the snap had gone out of the old lady’s eyes by this time. (begin subscript)^(end subscript)(begin superscript)T11 (end superscript)But she still said severely,

“I don’t think it is any excuse for you that you were only in fun.(begin subscript)^(end subscript)(begin superscript)U11 (end superscript)You don’t know what it is to be awakened out of a sound sleep, after a long and arduous journey, by two great girls coming bounce down on you.”

“I don’t know but I can imagine,” its said Anne eagerly. “But then, there is our side of it, too. (begin subscript)^(end subscript)(begin superscript)V11(end superscript) We didn’t know there was anybody in that bed and you nearly scared us to death. It was simply awful, the way we felt. And then we couldn’t sleep in the spare room after being


LMM Notes

LMM Note T11
and was replaced by a twinkle of amused interest.

LMM Note U11
Little girls never indulged in that kind of fun when I was young[.]

LMM Note V11
Have you any imagination, Miss Barry? If you have, just put yourself in our place[.]