By Sue Townsend
This name offers the continued adventures of 1 of the UK's most sensible enjoyed comic-characters. because of his monetary scenario Adrian Mole has been compelled to maneuver round the corner to his mom and dad. And his various nightly visits to the bathroom lead him to suspect prostate trouble...
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She didn't answer. Her legs seemed unable to support her. "Come on. " Never had her dad looked so huge to Lucy. He seemed to tower over her, waiting for her answer. "She isn't part of our family," Lucy coughed out in a subdued tone. "Don't ever say that again," Roman warned his daughter. "As long as she lives here, she is part of our household. It just so happened she finished her chores first. Now go on to the house. " Lucy knew what "settle later" meant. She did not look forward to it. But she did as she was told.
There was a pump and lots of trees. Maw would spread a blanket to sit on while we et. Pa wasn't much fer holdin' to church. He told Maw and me to go if'n it pleasured us. It surely pleasured Maw. She was the best amen-shouter at the meetin'. " Pearlie Mae asked. "Annie," Roman told her, "we believe in being quiet so we can hear what the preacher is saying. " "But I can't understand. " Pearlie Mae asked. "I'll try, PearlI mean Annie. " The two girls giggled at the mistake. "To tell you the truth," Lucy confessed, "I can't un- Page 19 derstand much of what the preachers say.
Annie asked. " "You must be mistaken. My uncle wouldn't know your mom. I hardly remember him myself. " But Lucy wasn't wrong. Mrs. Troyer read the short letter the second time. She was sure there must be a mistake. The words seemed to leap out at her with frightening news. Her mind was in a whirl. Page 31 Baby Esther began to cry as she tipped over in her walker. This brought Susan back to reality. She must take care of her bawling baby. The letter would just have to wait. It was a serious matter which she and Roman needed to discuss.