"Still, it was good of you to warn us," Twinkle added, sweetly.
Twinkle was amazed, but could find no words to contradict this astonishing idea.
Twinkle and Chubbins followed, one sitting in front of their guide and one behind him.
With these words he darted toward the tree, and Twinkle and Chubbins followed.
"I'm naughty sometimes, and so is Chubbins," said Twinkle, honestly.
"It is very kind of you to remember our wish," said Twinkle.
Twinkle Tail discovered this when he started in house-hunting.
But after Twinkle Tail had taken it over you never would have known it.
"You needn't worry," said Twinkle, rather provoked at these speeches.
"The middle ache is the worst of all," said Twinkle, solemnly.