Anne of the Island: Chapter XXXII -- Tea with Mrs. Douglas
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Douglas to be tall and thin, because Mr. Instead, she was a tiny scrap of a woman, with soft pink cheeks, mild blue eyes, and a mouth like a baby's. Dressed in a beautiful, fashionably-made black silk dress, with a fluffy white shawl over her shoulders, and her snowy hair surmounted by a dainty lace cap, she might have posed as a grandmother doll.
I'm delighted to meet you.
My son has been singing your praises until I'm half jealous, and I'm sure Janet ought to be wholly so. It was hard work, even for Anne, for nobody seemed at ease except old Mrs.
Douglas, who certainly did not find any difficulty in talking. She made Janet sit by her and stroked her hand occasionally.
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Janet sat and smiled, looking horribly uncomfortable in her hideous dress, and John Douglas sat without smiling. At the tea table Mrs.
Douglas gracefully asked Janet to pour the tea. Janet turned redder than ever but did it. Anne wrote a description of that meal to Stella. After I had eaten twice as much as was good for me, Mrs. Douglas sighed and said she feared she had nothing to tempt my appetite.
Douglas smiled benevolently and told John to take "dear Janet" out into the garden and get her some roses. She settled down in her armchair with a sigh. For over twenty years I've been a great sufferer.
For twenty long, weary years I've been dying by inches. Well, it can't last very much longer now. My weary pilgrimage will soon be over, Miss Shirley.
It is a great comfort to me that John will have such a good wife to look after him when his mother is gone -- a great comfort, Miss Shirley. A beautiful character," assented Mrs.
My health would not permit it, Miss Shirley. I am indeed thankful that John has made such a wise choice. I hope and believe that he will be happy. He is my only son, Miss Shirley, and his happiness lies very near my heart.
For the first time in her life she was stupid. Yet she could not imagine why. She seemed to have absolutely nothing to say to this sweet, smiling, angelic old lady who was patting her hand so kindly.
Douglas lovingly, when they left. But then I suppose John will be bringing you here to stay all the time one of these days.
He looked as a tortured man might look when his tormentors gave the rack the last turn of possible endurance. She felt sure he must be ill and hurried poor blushing Janet away. Douglas a sweet woman?
The beautiful weather on the day was the icing on the cake! Orla loved the idea of mixing strong, bright colours for contrast against the black but fell in love with a very simple posy of Hydrangeas for herself.
Bouquet which was left at the hotel as a backup plan should her own Bouquet start to droop. In the Church, real candles are not permitted so we used battery operated ones inserted into our own real ones which could then be lit in Barberstown for the evening.
Orla carried the theme of strong pinks and lime green through to the Church and Reception. Luckily this one was close enough to the final delivery date for flowers before the Christmas holidays 23rd that we could use the red roses that Helen loved. Her own Bouquet, although it looks simple, was one of the most challenging designs I have made.
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First a wire frame had to be made and then threaded and weaved with beargrass and beads. Finally the Rose posy had to be exactly the right size to fit into the frame! I think the result was worth the effort though and was delighted that Helen felt the same! In the Church, we decided on little silver Buckets as pew decorations, and as the altar is off centre, we went with an a-symmetrical design using a floor arrangement in front of the Lectern and one large Pedestal instead of the usual two pedestals either side of the Altar.
For the Bridesmaids we wanted to carry through the idea of the beargrass that is such a feature of the Bridal Bouquet while at the same time making each girls bouquet slightly different. In one the grass is looped across while in another it forms a border around the outside. Using Hypericum and Roses made the look seasonal without being too christmassy. You went above and beyond and your attention to detail was fantastic. I was so pleased with my bouquet even though it was more of an engineering task!
The Church was perfect as was the reception. It was a pleasure to meet you and thank you for making our big day so perfect!