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BREAKFAST IN THE WOODS.
"I am going to find out at the House e[ Secrets how I can become a leader," mlid the boy adventurer to the girl adventurer. "I am too," said the girl, "for I want to be a leader in my own way." They had just awakened and soon 3 Mrs. Wood Elf appeared. "I have no wash rags," she said, "but I've running water in the brook and you must make haste for break fast Is ready. "We shall have it In the open space which is my dining-room." I So the boy and the girl washed in the lovely clear water of the brook and felt very fine afterward. "I feel ready for anything," said the p boy. "Now for breakfast and adven tures 1" , "So do I," said the girl. "The rest and the change has done me lots of good." "Gracious," said the boy, "don't speak as though you were an invalid." The girl laughed. "I did sound that way, but I didn't mean to. I feel strong and ready for adventures, too .-that is what I meant." They walked through the woods un tl they came to the open space where there was no underbrush and only tall pine trees with their branches high In the air. There was Mrs. Wood Elf poking the ire and singing to herself, "Such fish, such fish, I caught in the brook, j Do come here and have a look I But better still, come, have a seat, • "Then we'll all begin to eat." "We're ready," said the girl. "And we're good and hungry too." "Well," said Mrs. Wood Elf, "your time for starting was before this, but still there Is no great, great hurry, as Mrs. Get-the-Most-Out-of-Life will ex plain." Mrs. Wood Elf had no sooner said that there was no need to hurry and that Mrs. Get-the-Most-Out-of-Life would explain than there suddenly ap peared behind a tree, just as though she had been hiding there all the time, a jolly looking little young-old woman. She tripped lightly over to Mrs. "She Pointed." ,ood Elf and gave her a louad sack ipon the cheek. "My dear, my dear good friend, it was most kind of you to invite me to year party. Did you see me? Did you mew, my dear? Of course you did l" "Were you waiting for something to rea upt" asked Mrs. Wood Elf. "Of course not," said Mrs. Get-the Most-Out-os-Life, "and you know I was'tIl Do you suppose they will like Sh pointed to the boy and girl, anad -Se didn't lower her voice in the least when she said this. They could hear her petectly. And they could hear Mrs. Wood Elt's answer. I "To be msure they'll like you. They or late In starting out this morning." S"I heard you tell them my name," ald Mrs. Oet-the-Most-Out-of-Life, "and I was sadly afraid they mlghtn't Mke It, It sounds like rather a npreachy name. I may change it some day. I m not sure S"But if they thought It Just sounded Nke a regular name, which meant all a-rts of good things, then I may not saange it." Still she talked to Mrs. Wood Elt, peitiag to the boy and the girl from tie to timNa I They kept watching the new break gst guest, who now began to eat a psrtieo of Ash which Mrs. Wood Elf had given.her, S and the girl couldn't decide Sbreakfast guest was old She didn't look either old And she didn't look tall or or especially fat or especially r st looked very jolly and and bright and nice and seost Me, sad that really was enough, the gy ad the girl decided, fer any es para to have about them. i"1 was arald, as he said before, I wemld not like me because of ~y e" sald Mrs. Get-th-Most-Out-of o_ the boy ad the girl as ahe each by a hand in a very cor way. "But please de for I love g and girls. d ma so smhch in I l I 5dn't And of course I want o get the most out tof life possIble," hanled brightly,. 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