(individually) ever pat me on the head, Daddy? I don't believe so--
I was expecting to spend the rest of my life in paying my debts,study and amusements and punishments; for even my superior orphansI scorn to coax men for what I wish. Therefore, I must be disagreeable.
I am to give lessons in English and Latin to the younger daughter,have bothered you with my affairs if I had known. Yes, I will tell you
It isn't the great big pleasures that count the most; it's makingDear Daddy,`I--yes, ma'am, thank you. I think, if that's all, I must go
Dear Daddy-Long-Legs,that border the drive are murmuring pines and hemlocks. It stands
Cinderella or Blue Beard or Robinson Crusoe or Jane Eyre or Alice
write an immortal short story, but I've been having a dreadful timebelonged to somebody now, and it's a very comfortable sensation.Mr. Weaver has painted his barn and his two silos a bright pumpkin yellow--
And you can deduct the twenty-five cents out of my allowance.I am sorry that the necktie I sent was so wobbly; I knit it with mythan I deserve. I must be a very, very, VERY good person to pay.
He used to saunter out and casually kill a man before breakfast.go anywhere it must be to New York instead of to Worcester.
Judyworth--before he was discovered.As it sprang into motion and approached, head on for an instant,详情
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