Adela is asked to dinner by the Governor's son, Jacob. Her sister is very jealous because she was not asked.
I was hoping I would find you here.
Good evening, Adela.
Good Evening, Jacob
I wanted to ask you if you would come over for dinner tomorrow?
Mum, Jacob invited me to dinner at his place. Oh, please may I go?
I suppose so, Adela. What an honor!
Oh! But no fair.
Adela spent a wonderful evening at the governor's and realized that the governor was not the mean old fellow that every portrayed him as. She also realized that Jacob was a very charming boy.
As the years went by Adela grew into a very sought after girl and her parents were trying to find the perfect man for her to marry. There was a fellow named Peter who was very nice to the children and Adela was fond of.
Good Afternoon, Adela.
You too, Henry.
Jacob's parents had sent him to a collage and he had not seen Adela in nearly three years. She rarely left his mind, though he couldn't help but hope she had not yet been married off.