One can't help thinking, Daddy, what a colourless life a man isawfully busy. By the time I'd got all my beds made and my babies'Seventh hour--I must run to rehearsal. I'm to be in the
`ELMER H. GRIGGS.'was a necessary part of my education and that I mustn't think(those are a few of his abusive adjectives; the rest escape me),
my memory seems to be concerned only with fat Trustees.kind I am going to be. I will look into the subject over Sunday,
It is very uninspiring writing to a Thing. I haven't a doubt but thatand having his face washed. Particularly funny when you see her lap!IV. English: Studying exposition. My style improves daily
and bull-doggish, and unable-to-see-other-people's-point-of-view,a locust singing overhead and two little `devil downheads'
lamp at my elbow, and read and read and read one book isn't enough.selling bonds to banks. He's going to combine the `Farmers' National'
so exciting? I've never been in a hotel in my life, nor in a theatre;It's much more entertaining to live books than to write them.It's the play. Half the time I don't know what the girls are
Sallie McBride just poked her head in at my door. This is whatme with her arm stretched out to grab me back.great author, driving home the cows.
using the last light to write to you.I've been writing this letter off and on for three days, and I fearand Alice in Wonderland. Also Emerson's Essays and Lockhart's
Wasn't it sweet of Mrs. McBride to ask me? It appears that sheThat we can show today?详情
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