Excerpt from Patty's Summer Days
Patty was spending the whole week at the Allen home in Philadelphia, and was almost as much interested in the wedding preparations as Nan herself.
I don't think there's anything so much fun as a house with a wedding fuss in it, said Patty to Mrs. Allen, as N an's mother came into the room where the girls were.
Just wait till you come to your own wed ding fuss, and then see if you think it's so much' fun, said Nan, who was rapidly scribbling names of friends to whom she must write notes of acknowledgment for their gifts.
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