She had her little cotton, she had food, she had a horse, she had her small but treasured hoard of money.
Half of what she made every month went to Will at Tara, part to Rhett to repay his loan and the rest she hoarded.
"Daytime is enough like a nightmare without my dreaming things," she thought desperately and began hoarding her daily ration to eat it just before she went to sleep.
It would bring a little in Confederate money and that little would help her to save the hoarded greenbacks and gold in the Yankee’s wallet until they had to be spent.
No one would have thought that red-haired Bridget Flaherty, who had a sun-defying white skin and a brogue that could be cut with a butter knife, had stolen her father’s hidden hoard to come to America to be chambermaid in a New York hotel.
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They found a 7th century hoard of treasure.
She has hoarded so many things, you can barely step into her apartment.