1 "The Swithins," Mrs. Swithin began.
2 "He looks blooming," said Mrs. Swithin.
3 "That's the problem," said Mrs. Swithin.
4 And Mrs. Swithin was of course at church.
5 "Once there was no sea," said Mrs. Swithin.
6 said Mrs. Swithin, coming into the kitchen.
7 Mrs. Swithin's eyes glazed as she looked at it.
8 Mrs. Sands fetched bread; Mrs. Swithin fetched ham.
9 Batty, she told Mrs. Swithin, had a patient a Princess.
10 In the kitchen they humoured old Mother Swithin's fancies.
11 So every year, when winter came, Mrs. Swithin retired to Hastings.
12 If it's fine," Mrs. Swithin continued, "they'll act on the terrace.
13 A hundred miles away, Mrs. Swithin said; no, perhaps a hundred and fifty.
14 The workers were laughing too, as if old Swithin had left a wake of laughter behind her.
15 Mrs. Swithin drew the curtain in her bedroom--the faded white chintz that so agreeably from the outside tinged the window with its green lining.
16 You can't expect it brought to your door in a pail of water," said Mrs. Swithin, "as I remember when we were children, living in a house by the sea.
17 Tempted by the sight to continue her imaginative reconstruction of the past, Mrs. Swithin paused; she was given to increasing the bounds of the moment by flights into past or future; or sidelong down corridors and alleys; but she remembered her mother--her mother in that very room rebuking her.
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