By Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan
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He answered her after a month, in a brief, stiff letter that gave almost no indication of his feelings on either of the events she had announced. The only clue perhaps was in his request that she send to him any of Paul's effects that still remained. Peregrine took the box from her and undertook the painful task of sending away all that remained to her of her brother except for his books, which were in their library. Afterward he brought Paul's vestments to her in her sitting room, where she sat with her embroidery, and laid them beside her on the chaise longue.
It was all very well for her at her age to feel contentment with the quiet routine of their life. Perry, she felt sometimes, should have more of excitement and gaiety. html unhappy. The laughter had not gone from him. It played about his eyes almost constantly when they were in company and when he worked with her in their garden. And even in repose, when he was reading or sleeping, his lips had a good-humored curve. She knew that she was capable of giving him actual pleasure, and she consoled herself with the knowledge.
Now more than ever I find that I am content here. " ******************************************************************** ******************* It was with considerable misgiving that Grace leaned forward for her last glimpse of Reardon Park through the carriage window at the end of the following February. She had not been away from it for one night or even one full day since Perry had brought her there on their wedding day. They would miss the coming of spring there, though they had discovered a small clump of snowdrops and three separate crocuses in the grass among the trees just the day before.