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This scene takes place Jan 1, 1900 after the celebratory dinner the night before where she met Mr. Thomas. Kathryn decides to spend the day exploring the neighbourhood.
Shivering with the coolness, and with the anticipation for her day of exploration, she carefully closed the door behind her and stood on the stoop gazing out to the street.
It’s so still.
The street normally frenzied with activity– horses’ hooves clumping on the cobbles, pulling carriages of people or produce headed for market, the yelling of cabbies, the shrill voices of venders hawking apples, ribbons, or any number of items people might need or want– was now as quiet as a secluded country lane.
Thinking herself alone, Kathryn was startled when she noticed Mr. Thomas approaching the residence.
“Miss St. Clair, a pleasure to see you again. I hope you passed a pleasant night.”