Categories: Ste Therese's House Characters: Hilda Annersley, Jack Maynard, Kathie Ferrars, Matron Lloyd, Nancy Wilmot, Nell Wilson
School Period: Switzerland
School Name: Chalet School
Genre: Drama, Friendship, Humour, Mystery, School Story
Series: A New Dream
Chapters: 12 Completed: Yes
Word count: 57811 Read: 17295
Published: 14 Jul 2011 Updated: 08 Aug 2011
1. Chapter 1 - Lausanne by MaryR [Reviews - 13] (5093 words)
Since Vol 1 was getting rather long, I thought the trip to Lausanne would be a good place to begin Vol 2. I may well post again later on today - anything to take my mind off Abby, left behind in the animal hospital on the Wirral for the immediate future. Many thanks for the caring emails about her and for the kindly reviews on here.
10. Chapter 10 - Shepherds of their little flocks. by MaryR [Reviews - 6] (3840 words)
Thank you for the encouragement. Again, only a short piece tonight - but also something new, a piece in the middle which I realised was missing from the original. I know how much you like listening to Mother Abbess! Not sure how good it is - but enjoy!
11. Chapter 11 - Letting the cat out of the bag! by MaryR [Reviews - 6] (3457 words)
I'm pleased you enoyed the extra bit and thank you for all the reviews. There's more that's new here, following on from what MA did in the last chapter.
The bit about the 21st anniversary of Hilda's headship comes in Turning the Tables in the board's archives
12. Chapter 12 - End of Term by MaryR [Reviews - 5] (2241 words)
Lynne says, Really loving reading this again. Mary, how far off are we from the entrance of Ellie? Thank you so much, Lynne, for the review. I intend to start a new Volume after this chapter, having Xmas at the convent bits together, so Ellie will be entering fairly shortly. I’m so pleased you like her.
Many thanks for all the kindly comments, folks. Very special thanks must go to Squirrel, Elder and Celia, because they have commented so faithfully on here, just as they were so faithful on the board. I have to say, Elder, I was very impressed that you went and found Turning the Tables and read that, as well.