"You'll be fine," Watson said, and offered Jack his hand. Jack shook it. Watson turned to Wendy and inclined his head. "Ma'am," he said.
"I'm pleased," Wendy said, and thought it would sound absurd. It didn't. She had come out here from New England, where she had spent her life, and it seemed to her that in a few short sentences this man Watson, with his fluffy fringe of hair, had epitomized what the West was supposed to be all about.
"Young master Torrance," Watson said gravely, and put out his hand. Danny, who had known all about handshaking for almost a year now, put his own hand out gingerly and felt it swallowed up. "You take good care of em, Dan."
Q 1: What’s the meaning of ‘I’m pleased’? ( I’m pleased to meet you? OR something else? )
Q 2: What’s the meaning of ‘she had come out here?’
Q 3: What does ‘the West’ refer to? And what’s the meaning of ‘be all about?’
Q 4: "You take good care of em, Dan." --- them == his parents? OR something else?