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a change in her living
con-ditions. I have not told her
that I was thinking of moving
myself, had I thought perhaps
I would tell Mrs. Pettengill
again that I am meditating
a change and that if she
would like to have this
teacher take my room I
would move. That might
bring things to a head.
   I hated to go to Stouphlin
just to see Mrs Capen's place
when the whole thing seemed
so doubtful, but, of course, 
if I could see you folks
at the same time it would
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