1 Annie Moffat has blue and pink bows on her nightcaps.
2 And so nice of Annie Moffat not to forget her promise.
3 Annie made her sing, and some one said she had a remarkably fine voice.
4 Just wait till I see Annie Moffat, and I'll show you how to settle such ridiculous stuff.
5 The more she saw of Annie Moffat's pretty things, the more she envied her and sighed to be rich.
6 Sallie's friend, Annie Moffat, took a fancy to me, and asked me to come and spend a week with her when Sallie does.
7 Before she could speak, Annie had the cover off, and all were exclaiming at the lovely roses, heath, and fern within.
8 "You said the other day that you'd be perfectly happy if you could only go to Annie Moffat's," observed Beth in her quiet way.
9 "It's for Belle, of course, George always sends her some, but these are altogether ravishing," cried Annie, with a great sniff.
10 No one said a word about it, but Sallie offered to dress her hair, and Annie to tie her sash, and Belle, the engaged sister, praised her white arms.
11 To complete her confusion, she saw Belle nudge Annie, and both glance from her to Laurie, who, she was happy to see, looked unusually boyish and shy.
12 They shopped, walked, rode, and called all day, went to theaters and operas or frolicked at home in the evening, for Annie had many friends and knew how to entertain them.
13 It's strong and neat, so I ought not to complain, but I know I shall feel ashamed of it beside Annie's silk one with a gold top, sighed Meg, surveying the little umbrella with great disfavor.
14 Annie Moffat's foolish lessons in coquetry came into her mind, and the love of power, which sleeps in the bosoms of the best of little women, woke up all of a sudden and took possession of her.
15 This little bit of byplay excited Annie's curiosity, but Meg was too tired for gossip and went to bed, feeling as if she had been to a masquerade and hadn't enjoyed herself as much as she expected.