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Is he here? ) Better hurry, May; you mustn't keep John waiting. Is it finished? I jest got tired waiting on Lyddie Smith to fetch it. give me the things and I'll make the dressing for you in a jiffy. Sich folks as you'd better go 'long in the parlor. Besides—he is a Temple and everything must be right. It's my daughter's wedding—and I'll see to that! You'll have to admit that the girls will envy May marrying my boy John. You don't know who May is; she's got blue blood in her veins. I'll admit May's sweet and pretty, but she is no match for John.
Do you know, honey, somehow, sometimes I do too! Oh, what's the use? ) Is everything ready? ) Lord save us! What time you got? Eight thirty. Good gracious! I'll run over and get it for you. Oh, what a soninlaw you would'a' made! but I can't laugh! Gracious! Randolph brought it! ) Randolph is a dear! said you liked this kind. May—May—are you happy? Why—why—(dashing something like a tear from her eye) of course I am. but, somehow, I don't feel satisfied. (May retreats partly up the stairway.