Chapter 3 - (VERSO)
gifts from romantic, aspiring young
The September Chapter.
In September the Old Lady looked back on the summer and owned to herself that it had been a strangely happy one, with Sundays and Sewing Circle days standing out like golden punctuation marks in a poem of life. She felt like an utterly different woman; and other people thought her different also. The Sewing Circle women found her so pleasant, and even friendly, that they began to think they had misjudged her, and that perhaps it was eccentricity after all, and not meanness, which accounted for her peculiar
mo mode of living. Sylvia Gray always came and
From "Old Lady Lloyd."