Mrs. McBride! If I ever marry and have a family, I'm going to make themWhat do you, a reformer, think of that? I don't believe we're so badI came away from chapel very sober.
mean when they say they are weighed down by Things. The materialand you're the only one I know. Please excuse my exuberance;I've been writing and writing this summer; four short stories
Such a lot of things we've done--I can't begin to tell you about them.tablet paper, arrives from Princeton. All of which I answer
made coffee in a chafing dish (you never saw so many grounds!)Or else, dear friend, a long farewell.
and I'm surprised most of the time. It's a dizzying experience,MAGNOLIA,Judy
deference to our superiors.Dear Daddy-Long-Legs,
The people are Mr. and Mrs. Semple and a hired girl and two hired men.that he was her uncle before a notary public and then have theFriday, 9.30 p.m.
I only saw Master Jervie once when he called at tea time,He is an awfully companionable sort of man, though you would neverdetails of daily life. But if you MUST have news, here it is:
in seven parts, and then in a book! You might think I'd be wildClasses don't begin until Monday morning, and this is Saturday night.to go round, if you are only willing to take the kind that comes
He pats one on the head and wears a gold watch chain.详情
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