1 But if she'd only tell me I'd try.
2 Why, waiting for me to take a ride.
3 Nobody but you was ever good to me.
4 And Aunt Martha found me one right off.
5 I don't know how it is you make me feel, Matt.
6 "Here, give them to me," he said in a voice of sudden authority.
7 I didn't need to have anybody tell me I was losing ground every day.
8 Why, you told me yesterday you'd fixed it up with him to pay cash down.
9 Fact is, I was going to ask you to give me a little extra time on that payment.
10 "If you meant to engage a girl you ought to have told me before you started," he said.
11 "The doctor don't want I should be left without anybody to do for me," she said in her flat whine.
12 "You'd have found me right off if you hadn't gone back to have that last reel with Denis," he brought out awkwardly.
13 "That girl that's coming told me she was used to a house where they had a furnace," Zeena persisted with the same monotonous mildness.
14 She sat huddled in an arm-chair near the stove, and when I came in she turned her head quickly toward me, without the least corresponding movement of her body.
15 She broke in: "You're neglecting the farm enough already," and this being true, he found no answer, and left her time to add ironically: "Better send me over to the almshouse and done with it."
16 The pains are clear away down to my ankles now, or I'd 'a' walked in to Starkfield on my own feet, sooner'n put you out, and asked Michael Eady to let me ride over on his wagon to the Flats, when he sends to meet the train that brings his groceries.
17 Mrs. Hale, tender soul, had pictured me as lost in the Flats and buried under a snow-drift; and so lively was her satisfaction on seeing me safely restored to her the next morning that I felt my peril had caused me to advance several degrees in her favour.
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