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began, ` Miss Perry wants to know if you would like a drive with her this morning'
` Oh! oh!' interrupted Nellie, her voice shrill with surprise and excitement, ` how simply lovely of her! I'll go and get ready at once! '
The little girl never forgot the delights of that first motor drive she took with Miss Perry. She sat very still with an expression of intense contentment on her face. The sun did not seem too hot now, and a breeze fanned her cheeks-there had been none in the yard at home. When, at length, after more than an hour's drive, she was set down before her own door in Ladysmith Terrace, how feeble her thanks sounded in return for the pleasure she had been given !
` I will take you with me another day,' Miss Perry told her, smilingly, ` and perhaps we may be able to persuade your Mother to come, too.'
` Oh, yes!' cried Nellie ;` thank you!-oh, thank you! '
She entered the house light-heartedly. She was not to go to Broadstairs till next month, she reflected, and, perhaps, before then, something might happen to prevent her going at all.

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