As she reclaimed her book and bag, at her own door, she said, in her honest way, "Thank you very much for trying to make me forget my foolish little troubles."
Sydney said this, Polly held out her hand with a hearty "Thank you for that." The young man shook the little hand in the gray woollen glove, gave her exactly the same bow which he did the Honorable Mrs.
"Thank you; but I won't, so don't trouble your kind heart about me; I 'm all right," said Polly, stoutly.
"Thank you, my dear; yes, you can just hem the skirt while I put in the sleeves, and that will be a great lift."
Finally thank you
to Father Ted for the beautiful service, and Trudy's former English teacher at Princethorpe College, Chris Kerrigan, for his beautiful and heartfelt eulogy.
A special thank you
for the caring staff of Bablake House, The City of Coventry Male Voice Choir, for their singing, The Reverend Roger Woodward, Grimmett & Timms Funeral Directors.