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Strawberry Pony Caring 2 Been jointed at both ends. Must have come off something. Off what, I wonder. Take this to the lab and see what they make of it. Very good, sir. Now, why on earth should that boy be so anxious to find that and then get rid of it? You didn’t go in today. Davy, this is a terrible thing that’s happened, but you’ve got to pull yourself together. In three weeks, you’ll be going away. Rome. It’s a new world. New people, new places. You’ll forget. I shan’t. I can’t. Davy, you did speak the truth about Saturday? You didn’t meet Sapphire, did you? Davy game what happened on Saturday night? Mum, never ask what happened on Saturday. Never. Davy. You didn’t meet Sapphire on Saturday, did you? Answer me, Davy. Did you? Granny! There are the twins. Answer me, Davy. Granny! Granny! Gran! All right, kids. Granny’s here. Granny! Granny! Granny! Granny! What’s the matter? I thought you’d gone to tea with Molly Turnbull. Her mother didn’t want us. Why? She said we were a funny family and she didn’t want us. What’s happened? What is it, Mother? Go and take your hats and coats off, hmm? What is it? Mrs. Turnbull wouldn’t have the twins for tea. I think they ought to go and stay with Katie in Richmond. Oh, I don’t know what Sid would say. Stop pretending about Sid. He doesn’t care whether they’re here or in Timbuktu. He’s a bad husband and a bad father. All right, Mum. I’ll get Dad to drive them down tomorrow. Ring Katie now. All right. Mildred. What time did you leave Sapphire on Saturday? Half :, Mum. Then I went back to the shop, left her here with Dad. Then only Dad was at home. That’s right. Davy wasn’t. No, he didn’t get in till :. Did you see him? No, I was in bed, but Dad was up. Then we’ve only got Dad’s word that he came in when he said he did. Mum. What are you thinking? Nothing. I’ll ring Katie. You see to the children’s tea. Oh, dear. We’ll never live it down. Who says? Molly Turnbull’s mother. What won’t we live down? I don’t know, but it’s something to do with Auntie Sapphire. She’s dead. Time to settle down now, children.