1 "Lounging and larking doesn't pay," observed Jo, shaking her head.
2 "I don't call myself a child, and I'm not in my teens yet," observed Amy.
3 "I think anxiety is very interesting," observed Amy, eating sugar pensively.
4 Procrastination is not agreeable, observed Amy, taking a last look at the diamonds.
5 "I have great hopes for my boy," observed Jo, watching him fly over the fence with an approving smile.
6 "That's the reason I was born in it," observed Jo pensively, quite unconscious of the blot on her nose.
7 I'm getting too old for such things, observed Meg, who was as much a child as ever about 'dressing-up' frolics.
8 "I think it's been a pretty hard one," observed Amy, watching the light shine on her ring with thoughtful eyes.
9 "I've got the key to my castle in the air, but whether I can unlock the door remains to be seen," observed Jo mysteriously.
10 I'm not aristocratic, but I do object to being seen with a person who looks like a young prize fighter, observed Jo severely.
11 "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.
12 Taking the shortest way to the boathouse, he waited for them to appear, but no one came, and he went up the hill to take an observation.
13 "It's a useful thing to have in the house in case of fire or thieves," observed Laurie, as a watchman's rattle appeared, amid the laughter of the girls.
14 "I'm afraid he'll laugh at our paper, and make fun of us afterward," observed Pickwick, pulling the little curl on her forehead, as she always did when doubtful.
15 I observed that Amy took drumsticks at dinner, ran errands for her mother all the afternoon, gave Meg her place tonight, and has waited on every one with patience and good humor.
16 Not a word did she say, however, till her mother found her in tears one day, and insisted on knowing what the matter was, for Meg's drooping spirits had not escaped her observation.
17 Meg observed it, but did not trouble herself to make inquiries, for she had learned that the best way to manage Jo was by the law of contraries, so she felt sure of being told everything if she did not ask.
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