By L.M. Montgomery
You frequently listen Marigold earlier than you spot Her. Her Laughter consistently turns out to Run Ahead.
Marigold Lesley does not imagine it unusual in any respect to carry attention-grabbing conversations together with her cat. She additionally sees not anything mistaken with having an invisible ally who lives within the orchard. yet as Marigold starts off to become old, her kinfolk is hoping she'll be rather less fanciful and a bit extra sensible.
Yet how is it attainable to be good if you meet a woman who claims to be a princess? Or while a person errors you for a lady who died? For Marigold, each day brings a bit magic―and she shouldn't have it the other method.
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Woe betide her if she missed a word. And in her nervousness she always did miss, no matter how perfectly she could say them before she went in. And she always was sent in there to take pills. Nobody at Cloud of Spruce could make Marigold take pills except Old Grandmother. She had no trouble. "Don't screw up your face like that. I hate ugly children. " Marigold opened it. " Popped in it was. " It was swallowed--somehow. And then Old Grandmother would put her hand somewhere about the bed and produce a handful of big fat juicy blue raisins.
She had been too homesick and miserable to think of them. She couldn't say them now--but she could sit up in bed and scream like a thing demented. And she did. 58 4 Uncle Paul and Aunt Flora, wakened out of their first sound sleep after a hard day's work, came running in. Marigold stopped screaming when she saw them. "The child's trembling--she must be cold," said Uncle Paul. " "Now, Marigold, you must be a reasonable little girl," soothed Aunt Flora firmly. "It's eleven o'clock. You can't get home to-night.
Oh, to see it, just to climb up that hill to the very top and gaze upon it. And yet when Mother asked her one day if she would like a walk up the hill Marigold had shrunk back and exclaimed, "Oh, Mother, the hill is so high. If we got to the top we'd be above everything. " 34 Mother had laughed and humoured her. But one evening, only two months later, Marigold had daringly done it alone. The lure suddenly proved stronger than the dread. Nobody was around to forbid her or call her back. She walked boldly up the long flight of flat sandstone steps that led right up the middle of the orchard, set into the grass.