Marilla felt that he wanted it just as much this morning as he had the night before, and that he would go on wanting it.
I've got enough to attend to this morning for I'll have to drive over to White Sands in the afternoon and see Mrs.
Rather an amusing thing happened while dressing that morning.
The sun had got more powerful by the time we had finished breakfast, and the wind had dropped, and it was as lovely a morning as one could desire.
Thus spake Zarathustra and left his cave, glowing and strong, like a morning
sun coming out of gloomy mountains.
He made himself a bed of grass and leaves, lit a fire of dry branches, and slept soundly till the next morning
She insisted on being left behind, the next morning
, when the others went out.
You don't often come on to the sands, I think,' said he, 'for I have walked there many times, both morning
and evening, since I came, and never seen you till now; and several times, in passing through the town, too, I have looked about for your school--but I did not think of the--Road; and once or twice I made inquiries, but without obtaining the requisite information.
Adam walked much faster, and any one coming along the Oakbourne road at sunrise that morning
must have had a pleasant sight in this tall broad-chested man, striding along with a carriage as upright and firm as any soldier's, glancing with keen glad eyes at the dark-blue hills as they began to show themselves on his way.
In a minute more the first of the female servants made her appearance, with a dingy woolen shawl over her shoulders -- for the March morning
was bleak; and rheumatism and the cook were old acquaintances.
The next morning
came; and Blanche marked it as a memorable morning
, by committing an act of imprudence, which struck away one more of the chances of discovery that had existed, before the arrival of the Edinburgh telegram on the previous day.
His wife sent a boy this morning
to say his father was in a high fever and could not get out, so I'm here instead.
It being nearly seven o'clock, he was as eager to hold a morning
gossip as a city shopkeeper to read the morning
Metivier, who came in the morning
with his felicitations, considered it proper in his quality of doctor de forcer la consigne,* as he told Princess Mary, and went in to see the prince.
Since three hours were consumed by making camp at night and cooking beans, by getting breakfast in the morning
and breaking camp, and by thawing beans at the midday halt, nine hours were left for sleep and recuperation, and neither men nor dogs wasted many minutes of those nine hours.