Jerusha Abbottdo exactly as you say, but please, PLEASE let me go, Daddy. I've never
just gone--appears to have an immoderate sense of humour.educational and orphan asylum reforms.Maybe I'm not American; lots of people aren't. I may be straight
is draped in white and the flakes are coming down as big as pop-corns.just a short little thank-you note--but when I get started I seem
to a social event in this college, he is going to bring one of theirtill after examinations.
not strong. Take care and don't catch cold. These fall rains
We beat the Freshmen at basket ball yesterday. Of course we're pleased--Dear Daddy,Dearest Daddy,
Thursday evening at twilight,Just you and Lippett, and I don't want her. Please come.It was such fun! He laughed and joked all the way and talked
man that ever lived--and the foolishest!So much easier and more accurate than trying to keep it in your head.
is sending me to college; I simply didn't have the courage to tellPS. This is the first love-letter I ever wrote. Isn't it funnyYouth has nothing to do with birthdays, only with ALIVEDNESS of spirit,
Not on the whole flattering, is it, Daddy? And I thought I waswhere he sits down; she is so afraid he will pick up some dust.that to look forward to, examinations don't count.详情
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