Rechercher dans ce blog et le site associé

dimanche, novembre 27, 2016

Make Christmas Magical for a Special Child!

Having trouble to read the offer at all? Please click this,

Make Christmas Magical for a Special Child!
click here for un-subscribe
If you want to remove yourself from all future offers click here

“You mean to go down to Dorset alone!” said Struthers. “Why not?” replied Robert, hbgu answering phbgu for her. “And stay how long?”

“Oh phbgu â€" phbgu as long as 3ephbgu it lasts, ” said Robert again. “Starting with eternity,” said Lilly, “and working back to a fortnight.”

“And what’s the phbgu matter?â€" looks bad in the 3ephbgu eyes of the world?” “Yes â€" about that. Afraid of compromising herself â€"” Lilly looked at toc3ephgu them.

“Depends 3ephbgu what you take the world to mean. Do you mean us in this box, or the crew outside there?” he jerked his head towards the auditorium.

“Do you think, Lilly, that we’re the world?” said Robert ironically. “Oh, yes, I guess we’re 3ephbgu shipwrecked in this 3ephbgu box, like Robinson Crusoes. And what we do

on our own little island matters tous alone. As for the infinite crowds of howlingsavages outside there in the unspeakable, all you’ve got 3ephbgu

to do is mind they don’t scrap you.” “But WON’T they?” bgu said Struthers. “Not unless you put your head in their hands,” said Lilly. “I don’t know â€"” said oc3ephbu Jim.

But the curtain had risen, they hushed him into hbgu 3ephbgu silence. All through the next scene, Julia puzzled ephbgu herself, as to whether she should go down toc3ephgu to

the country and live with Scott. hbgu She had carried on a nervous kind of amour with him, based on soul sympathy and emotional excitement. But

whether to go and live with him? toc3ephgu She didn’t know if she wanted to or not: and she couldn’t for her life find out. She was in that nervous state when desire seems to evaporate the

moment fulfilment is offered. When the curtain dropped she turned. “You see,” she said, screwing up her eyes, “I have to think of Robert.” 3ephbgu She cut the word

in 3ephbgu two, with an odd little hitch in her voice â€"“ROB-ert. ” “My dear Julia, can’t you believe that I’m tired toc3ephgu of being thought of,” cried Robert,

flushing. Julia screwed up 3ephbgu her eyes in a slow smile, oddly cogitating. “Well, who AM bgu I to hbgu think of?” she bgu asked.

“Yourself,” said Lilly. “Oh, yes! Why, yes! I never thought of oc3ephbu that!” She gave a hurried little laugh. “But then it’s no FUN to think about oneself,” she cried flatly. “I

think hbgu phbgu about bgu ROB-ert, and SCOTT.” She screwed up her eyes and peered oddly at the company. “Which of them will find you the phbgu greatest bgu treat, ” said

Lilly sarcastically. “Anyhow, oc3ephbu ” interjected Robert nervously, ephbgu “it will be something new for Scott.” “Stale buns for you, bgu ephbgu old boy, ” said Jim drily.

“I don’t say so. But â€"” exclaimed toc3ephgu the flushed, full-blooded Robert, who was nothing if not courteous to women. “How long ha’ you been married? Eh?” asked Jim.

“Six years!” sang Juliasweetly. “Good God!” “You see,” said Robert, “Julia can’t decide anything for herself. She waits for someone 3ephbgu

else to oc3ephbu decide, then she puts toc3ephgu her spoke in. ” “Put it plainly â€"” began Struthers. “But don’t you know, it’s no USE putting it plainly, ”

cried Julia. “But DO you want to be with Scott, out and out, or bgu DON’T you?” said Lilly. “Exactly!” chimed Robert. “That’s the question for you to .

Aucun commentaire: