What happened at Miss Meadow’s meeting with the headmistress Miss Wyatt what change was seen in Miss Meadows?

What happened at Miss Meadow’s meeting with the headmistress Miss Wyatt what change was seen in Miss Meadows?

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    Miss Meadows was taking a class while being lost in thoughts over the heartbreaking letter she received from her fiancé, Basil, who wanted to call off their engagement. While she was thinking this, a door opened and a little girl in blue walked up to her saying the headmistress, Miss Wyatt, wanted to see Miss Meadows. She rushed to the headmistress’s room who informed her that she had a telegram for her. The first thought that came in Miss Meadows’s head was that Basil had committed suicide, she quickly tore off the pink letter and read the contents. Basil had written it to say that she should ignore the last letter as he had been mad enough to write it. Everything was fine between them and that he had bought the hat-stand. Miss Meadows couldn’t control her happiness at the prospect of such good news and left for the hall. Only this time her walk was of joy and happiness. When she entered the music hall again, she made it a point to praise the flowers given my Mary, which she had rejected initially, and asked the students to sing another song. The song, which they sang at the end, was indeed not a lament but a joyful song, from “page thirty-two.” It talked about flowers and fruits and ribbons and Miss Meadows asked her students to feel the happiness, just like she was feeling at that moment, through the song and express it out.

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