"Just as soon as they can get ready. Frank's got to help Donovan, the man that's bought the store, a week till he gets the run of things, he says. Then he's going. You wait till you see him." Miss Flora got to her feet, and smoothed out the folds of her skirt. "He's as tickled as a boy with a new jack-knife. And I'm glad. Frank has been a turrible hard worker all his life. I'm glad he's going to take some comfort, same as I am."
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Tips, opportunities to make money：Online game make money to identify"DID Flora say that Frank Blaisdell had sold his grocery stores?"
"She certainly did! You seem surprised."
"I'm more than surprised. I'm dumfounded."
"Why? You don't think, like Mrs. Jane, that he ought not to enjoy his money, certainly?"
"Oh, no. He's got money enough to retire, if he wants to, and he's certainly worked hard enough to earn a rest."
"Then what is it?"
Miss Maggie laughed a little.
"I'm not sure I can explain. But, to me, it's—just this: while he's got plenty to retire UPON, he hasn't got anything to—to retire TO."
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"Why, Mr. Smith, I've known that man from the time he was trading jack-knives and marbles and selling paper boxes for five pins. I remember the whipping he got, too, for filching sugar and coffee and beans from the pantry and opening a grocery store in our barn. From that time to this, that boy has always been trading SOMETHING. He's been absolutely uninterested in anything else. I don't believe he's read a book or a magazine since his school days, unless it had something to do with business or groceries. He hasn't a sign of a fad—music, photography, collecting things—nothing. And he hates society. Jane has to fairly drag him out anywhere. Now, what I want to know is, what is the man going to do?"