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THE CHRISTMAS HOLIDAYS

` Every one's been as kind as kind could be to me,' she told her parents and brother, on the evening of her return, as she knelt on the hearthrug before the sitting-room fire, fondling Tim, whose eyes, brimful of affection, were raised to her face. ` And I loved the sea, but I counted every day as it passed, and thought the time would never come for Mother to fetch me home. You all missed me dreadfully, you say, even Tim?'
` I believe Tim missed you as much as any of us,' Tom told her. ` At first after you'd gone he was always expecting you to come back-watching for you and listening for your footsteps. And now you've come-why, he can't take his eyes off you!'
` Dear little fellow!' murmured Nellie, kissing Tim on the top of his head.
` I met Miss Perry this afternoon,' Air Burford remarked presently. ` She told me a piece of news you'll be glad to hear, Tom. Her nephew's coming with his father to spend Christmas with her.'
` Oh, splendid!' cried Tom. ` You'll like Mr Perry, Nellie. He spent a few days with Miss Perry in September, you know, and called to see Mother and Father then.'

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