By Louisa May Alcott
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I used to be mortally afraid she’d question me to compliment her; if she had, I must have felt as though I should do it; yet Plumfield is set as festive as a churchyard, you recognize, and I’d otherwise be excused. We had a flurry getting the previous woman off, and that i had a scare whenever she spoke to me, for i used to be in any such hurry to be via that i used to be uncommonly important and candy, and feared she’d locate it very unlikely to half from me. I quaked until eventually she used to be rather within the carriage, and had a last fright, for, because it drove off, she popped out her head, asserting, ‘Josy-phine, won’t you—? ’ I didn’t pay attention any longer, for I basely grew to become and fled; I did really run, and whisked not far away, the place I felt secure. ” “Poor previous Jo! she got here in taking a look as though bears have been after her,” stated Beth, as she cuddled her sister’s ft with a motherly air. “Aunt March is a standard samphire, is she no longer? ” saw Amy, tasting her blend severely. “She capability vampire, no longer sea-weed; however it don’t subject; it’s too hot to be specific approximately one’s elements of speech,” murmured Jo. “What shall you do your whole holiday? ” requested Amy, altering the topic, with tact. “I shall lie abed past due, and do nothing,” spoke back Meg, from the depths of the rocking-chair. “I’ve been routed up early all iciness, and needed to spend my days operating for people; so now I’m going to leisure and revel to my heart’s content material. ” “Hum! ” acknowledged Jo; “that dozy approach wouldn’t go well with me. I’ve laid in a heap of books, and I’m going to enhance my shining hours interpreting on my perch within the previous apple-tree, while I’m no longer having I—” “Don’t say ‘larks! ’” implored Amy, as a go back snub for the “samphire” correction. “I’ll say ‘nightingales,’ then, with Laurie; that’s right and applicable, in view that he’s a warbler. ” “Don’t allow us to do any classes, Beth, for some time, yet play for all time, and leisure, because the ladies suggest to,” proposed Amy. “Well, i'm going to, if mom don’t brain. i need to benefit a few new songs, and my youngsters desire solving up for the summer time; they're dreadfully out of order, and very anguish for garments. ” “May we, mom? ” requested Meg, turning to Mrs. March, who sat stitching, in what they referred to as “Marmee’s nook. ” “You may perhaps try out your test for per week, and notice the way you love it. i feel by way of Saturday evening you can find that each one play, and no paintings, is as undesirable as all paintings, and no play. ” “Oh, pricey, no! it is going to be scrumptious, I’m sure,” acknowledged Meg, complacently. “I now suggest a toast, as my ‘friend and pardner, Sairy Gamp,’ says. enjoyable endlessly, and no grubbage,” cried Jo, emerging, glass in hand, because the lemonade went around. all of them drank it merrily, and commenced the scan by way of lounging for the remainder of the day. subsequent morning, Meg didn't seem until eventually ten o’clock; her solitary breakfast didn't style reliable, and the room appeared lonely and untidy, for Jo had no longer crammed the vases, Beth had now not dusted, and Amy’s books lay scattered approximately. not anything used to be neat and delightful yet “Marmee’s corner,” which seemed as traditional; and there she sat, to “rest and read,” which intended yawn, and picture what beautiful summer time attire she may get together with her wage.