Now you explain that dog, and them blackberries
, and the lantern, and the rest of that rot--and mind you talk as straight as a string--do you hear?"
Bruno loves blackberries
, she said, as we paced slowly along by a tall hedge, that looked a promising place for them, and it was so sweet of him to make me eat the only one!
BUT Flopsy, Mopsy, and Cotton-tail had bread and milk and blackberries
, for supper.
"Go into the woods and pick blackberries
," advised the King, lying down upon his back again and preparing to go to sleep.
Then they told her that they had become the servants of the Dragon for seven long years, and how he had given them money as plentifully as blackberries
; but as they had signed their names they were his, unless when the seven years had passed they could guess a riddle.
September 15th.--This is the month of quiet days, crimson creepers, and blackberries
; of mellow afternoons in the ripening garden; of tea under the acacias instead of the too shady beeches; of wood-fires in the library in the chilly evenings.