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A BIT OF SUNSHINE.

cloud a-head will give us a wet-ting, I fear. I will drive fast-er."

Soon the drops be-gan to fall, but their car-riage had a top, and they had with them rugs, so that they were not hurt at all. Kate, as she peeped out, saw that all were not so safe. A girl and a boy were crouched close un-der a bush by the road-side.

"They will not get ve-ry wet," said mam-ma, "for the cloud is near-ly passed by, and the sun shines once more."

"Are we not near home?" she said