Maud Hunniwell, Captain Sam's daughter, dropped in on her way to the post office.
I can't say I'm happy, exactly, but Maud is and I'm goin' to make-believe be, for her sake.
She and Maud wept in each other's arms and were femininely happy accordingly.
Then—then—well, then Maud and I became friends and—and—oh, confound it, you see what I mean!
But, Maud, can't you see why ...