o her nurse.
It was half the fun to have a secret.
ROSY'S VISIT TO THE COWS.
THE dear, good nursey did not forget about the cows next morning, for when Rosy opened her little blue peepers there she was half dressed.
Rosy jumped up in a minute, crying out,--
"The cows! the cows! Shall we go and see them?"
"If you will make great haste," said the nurse; "but it is getting late."
Rosy never got dressed more quickly. She did not much like even to wait for her morning splash; and while her curls were being combed, she kept saying, "Won't it do, nurse?" and then rather hindering by holding up her little face for a kiss.
As soon as she was quite ready she bustled off, and got down stairs first. Whom should she see there but papa himself, with his hat on?
He said that he would take her to see the cows, and even carry her a little way if she got tired.
How very kind that was! But would such a great girl as Rosy get tired?<