"Only that you are with me," said Irene; "and you will be with me all my life¡ªwon't you, little darling?"
"Don't be silly, Irene. Now, I am going to see Miss Frost. You ought to come with me to beg her pardon; but perhaps when she is well enough to be up you will do so."
By-and-by the girls reached the pool. They both fell on their knees, and Rosamund desired Irene to gaze at her reflection.
CHAPTER I. OPENING THE SCHOOL.
"I don't think she will be able to stand that. I don't see how you can expect it."
"I believe I am very tired too. I will promise to be quite good while you are away, so you need not have any anxiety on my account, darling," said Irene; and she kissed Rosamund several times.