One afternoon Sarah shivered in her elegant hall bedroom; "house heated; scrupulously clean; conveniences; seen to be appreciated.
But the wall was clearest crystal; and Sarah was looking down a grassy lane shaded with cherry trees and elms and bordered with raspberry bushes and Cherokee roses.
On the previous summer Sarah had gone into the country and loved a farmer.
And Sarah came back to the city to pound her typewriter.
You see, Sarah, I'd no use for her, even at the start.
Sarah never believes me when I say how relieved I felt to be quit of her.
As Sarah knows, I never could a-bear women around the house--young, unmarried women, I mean.
I don't mind saying that I was getting some interested myself--oh, not in the way Sarah never lets up letting me know she thinks.
I am sure we are very much obliged to Professor Pesca, for Walter's sake," added Sarah.
Such distinguished people to know," remarked Sarah, straightening herself in the chair; "and on such gratifying terms of equality too
When I was left alone again nothing remained to be done but to walk to the Hampstead cottage and bid my mother and Sarah good- bye.
Pocket and Georgiana contended who should remain last; but, Sarah
was too knowing to be outdone, and ambled round Georgiana with that artful slipperiness, that the latter was obliged to take precedence.