And you know what mardy let slip one day about the parental Brown and his remarkably good cobbling!
Oh, that's mardy all over—always thinking of something for us!
mardy, you know it must have cost at least three dollars—both of it.
"You needn't complain if mardy doesn't," said Prue, sharply.
"Don't worry, mardy; I am sure we can manage," said Wythie, lovingly.
And mardy could dye this material, and it would be warm and pretty.
I really think, mardy, if we could emigrate, we ought to; it's enough to turn a saint into a tiger to have such visits so often.
Mayn't I ask the boys and Frances down to-night to rejoice with us, mardy?
"This has done something wonderful for me, mardy," she said, slowly.
"Try to bear up under the infliction, mardy," said incorrigible Rob.