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She took her handkerchief from her belt and wiped her nose. She patted her hair.
“Not a sign,"“Are you together again, Jean Louise?”
"Then let's join the ladies"
"Do I show it?"
And so they went, down the row of laughing women, around the diningroom, refilling coffee cups, dishing out goodies as though their only regret was the temporary domestic disaster of losing Calpurnia. The gentle hum began again.
“Calpurnia’s on an errand for a few minutes, Grace. Let me pass you some more of those dewberry tarts. ‘dyou hear what that cousin of mine did the other day, the one who likes to go fishing?...”
“Oh, Mrs. Perkins, you need some more coffee. Let me get it.”
Aunt Alexandra looked across the room at me and smiled. She looked at a tray of cookies on the table and nodded at them. I carefully picked up the tray and watched myself walk to Mrs. Merriweather. With my best company manners, I asked her if she would have some. After all, if Aunty could be a lady at a time like this, so could I.
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