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CHAPTER ELEVEN

only suzerain. Edwards or Challinor comes lumbering or sharply up; there is talk, idle-seeming at first, but leading here or there; a swarm to be-taken, a fence to be mended, seeds to be ordered, drainage to be put in hand. And if by lunch-time there is no more of our chapter on its new page but the heading, do we reproach ourselves? Have we been idle; have we wasted our morning? Why, no, when we have been living so luxuriantly.
But in London what can we do but go deliberately to our room, close the door, pick up a pen, and - work? (Or look at the wall-paper?)
Sylvia was busily happy. A talk with Mrs. Stoker; a talk with Alice; getting ready to go out; ordering this and that in a leisurely way; stopping for a moment at this or that shop-window; home again; getting ready for lunch; lunching; arranging flowers; going to the library and changing books; home again; getting ready to go out to tea or to welcome a friend to tea; going out to tea, or giving a last touch to flowers and cushions; tea; chatter; showing Laura or Letty the latest purchases, or being shown; good-byes; home again, or feet up on the sofa for half an hour; leisurely bath; leisurely dress ... and the evening with her husband.
And when you think, said Reginald, that that allows no time either for the weekly permanent wave or for the permanent weekly wave, you realize what a very busy woman she is. Half-past twelve; I'm going to the club.
Curious how few people at the club realized that one was now a Londoner, and lunching there every day. And if, when he had lunched there every day for a year, he were to go to Patagonia for seven years, curious how few people would realize that his lunches had

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