The Blanket 2

Gap-fill exercise

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The thin moon was high and the breeze blew down the valley. The last time, Peter thought. He would never hear Granddad play again. It was well that Dad was moving to a new house -- away from here. He did not want to sit here outside on fine evenings under a white moon with Granddad gone. The music ended, and the two sat for a few in silence Then Granddad spoke "Here is something happier."
Peter sat and looked out over the . Dad would marry that girl. Yes, that girl who had kissed him and who had said she would try to be a good mother to him and all that.
The stopped suddenly and Granddad said, "It's a poor tune, except to be dancing to." And then, "It's a girl your father's going to marry. He will feel young again with a pretty wife like that. And what an old fellow like me do around the house . . . getting the way . . . an old fool with all the talk about and pains!