Susan did not enter into Anne's feelings at all. She was, indeed, quite rejoiced over the prospect of living at the Glen. Her one grievance against her place in the little house was its lonesome location.
"Good-night, Mrs. Blythe."
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"Well, when Leslie was twelve years old, the first dreadful thing happened. She worshipped little Kenneth--he was four years younger than her, and he WAS a dear little chap. And he was killed one day--fell off a big load of hay just as it was going into the barn, and the wheel went right over his little body and crushed the life out of it. And mind you, Anne, Leslie saw it. She was looking down from the loft. She gave one screech--the hired man said he never heard such a sound in all his life--he said it would ring in his ears till Gabriel's trump drove it out. But she never screeched or cried again about it. She jumped from the loft onto the load and from the load to the floor, and caught up the little bleeding, warm, dead body, Anne--they had to tear it from her before she would let it go. They sent for me--I can't talk of it."
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<p>80's nostalgia is everywhere right now, and an action-adventure platformer called Crossing Souls, which is out on Switch, is another addition to our obsession with spandex and DeLorean ridden era.</p><p>You play as a group of five teens going on a Stranger Things style supernatural quest after finding the dead body from Stand By Me… that last bit wasn't true… You find that the body is holding a special gem that allows you to see ghosts, and naturally, the military wants this for themselves. You have to stop the military from getting this valuable item and save the town. Yes, very 80s.</p><p>The gameplay has you switch between these different characters in order to perform certain actions and solve puzzles. Like, there is one character who has a jetpack, so he can jump longer distances and another who is able to push heavy objects. The game also has punch 'em up style combat, not so dissimilar from Double Dragon.</p><p>It's quite upfront with its 80s inspiration - it oozes out everywhere from the pretty neon colour pallet, to the Goonies-like story and arcadey combat. And what a better console to be on than a Nintendo one, which made the 80's a whole lot better with its game innovations.</p><p>If you feel like being transported back to a groovier time, then you can grab Crossing Souls on Switch right now for £13.49 / $14.99.</p>
"Oh, no, no, NO, Marilla. He can't--nothing can ever do that. He has his own place, my dear, wee man-child. But little Joy has hers, and always will have it. If she had lived she would have been over a year old. She would have been toddling around on her tiny feet and lisping a few words. I can see her so plainly, Marilla. Oh, I know now that Captain Jim was right when he said God would manage better than that my baby would seem a stranger to me when I found her Beyond. I've learned THAT this past year. I've followed her development day by day and week by week--I always shall. I shall know just how she grows from year to year--and when I meet her again I'll know her--she won't be a stranger. Oh, Marilla, LOOK at his dear, darling toes! Isn't it strange they should be so perfect?"
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