Love Finds a Home - Adjustments and Memories Summary & Analysis

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Adjustments and Memories Summary

In the chapter "Adjustments," Belinda is awakened by the sounds of the farm. The first thing that she remembers is that there is no bathroom in her childhood home as there is in her Boston home. When she dresses in one of her old dresses that she finds in her closet, it doesn't seem to fit right. She also sees the dresses now as childish and simple. She wonders if she has gotten "proud" while in Boston. Her mother is pleased to see her in a familiar dress when Belinda does come downstairs. Belinda finds using the old, outdoor bathroom disagreeable, but is pleased to walk to the spring to get her father for breakfast.

As they walk back from the spring together, Clark mentions Drew to Belinda. He tells Belinda that Drew had visited Marty and Clark while...

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