1 Tell me something nice, Marmee.
2 He's almost forty, so it's no harm, Marmee.
3 I wish I could see you for a good talk, Marmee.
4 I'll tell you one of them, Marmee, she began, as they sat along together.
5 Let Marmee think we are getting things for ourselves, and then surprise her.
6 I'll make the set of shirts for father, instead of letting you do it, Marmee.
7 , and I don't want anyone to use these but Marmee, said Beth, looking troubled.
8 I won't be so silly, or hurt Marmee's feelings, when she took so much pains to get my things.
9 I'll be sure and wear the nice flannels you sent, Marmee, and read carefully the books Father has marked.
10 Mothers are the best lovers in the world, but I don't mind whispering to Marmee that I'd like to try all kinds.
11 Well, we can't have it, so don't let us grumble but shoulder our bundles and trudge along as cheerfully as Marmee does.
12 "It can't seem so without Marmee and little Pip," sighed Beth, glancing with full eyes at the empty cage above her head.
13 Can't be helped, Marmee, so you must resign yourself to all sorts of worries, and let your birds hop out of the nest, one by one.
14 It was like Marmee to get up a little treat for them, but anything so fine as this was unheard of since the departed days of plenty.
15 Marmee said I might come, and I don't think you're any the worse for it, said Jo, composing herself, though she kept her eyes on the door.
16 "Don't feel that I am separated from you, Marmee dear, or that I love you any the less for loving John so much," she said, clinging to her mother, with full eyes for a moment.
17 "If Marmee shook her fist instead of kissing her hand to us, it would serve us right, for more ungrateful wretches than we are were never seen," cried Jo, taking a remorseful satisfaction in the snowy walk and bitter wind.
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