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this afternoon for the house. But of course they'll have done all that. It is such fun picking flowers with you. 1 mean watching you do it, and helping, and knowing you won't mind if I don't do it all the time, and then doing a bit more, and knowing that nothing matters but just Sylvia and the flowers.'
`Do you love it so, darling?'
`Terribly.'
`So do I, darling.'
`It makes London look so silly, doesn't it? I mean, what's it for?'
They went into the house for a minute.
`Must we?' asked Reginald. `You'll get caught up by Mrs. Hosken, and talk and talk and talk, and I shall never see you again. I can't wait for you. I want to look at every flower and every bud, and see what's dead, and what isn't, and I want you there so as I can say, Look, all the time. But I can't wait.'
`I promise I won't talk to her, darling. Except just to say Here we are, and How are you, and we'll have a long talk later. I'll only be a minute.'
`Oh, well, if you promise.'
She kept her promise. Reginald spent the minute wandering through his house and wondering what was wrong with it. Complete absence of Wellards, he supposed. It would take a day or two for Westaways to realize that they were back, and settle down to its old self. Meanwhile it belonged to nobody.
`Doesn't it look funny without flowers?' said Sylvia, as she joined him. `So empty.'
`Of course ! I knew there was something. I say, what luck l Now this afternoon we really can-' He broke off suddenly. Sylvia was looking shy and secret.
`Come on, darling.'

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