I had been thinking yesterday as we rode that A- had been a long time right – she is now all wrong. I suppose because I only took Madame Gassie to her door just as the poor old lady was going away.
All wrong again, but tho’ she was crying I did not pretend to take any notice. I seemed as if nothing was the matter and did not make any inquiries, as on my asking if she was poorly soon after setting off, she said she would rather I did not ask her.
What a temper, but I really do not care much – I now take it very easily.