1 That reminds me," said Meg, "that I've got something to tell.
2 But you must help me, remind me, and keep me from flying out.
3 'Heart's-ease is my favorite flower, and these will always remind me of the gentle giver.
4 She began well, thanks to a silent reminder that came to her unexpectedly, but most opportunely.
5 I'm apt to forget my resolutions, but if I had something always about me to remind me, I guess I should do better.
6 Speaking of books reminds me that I'm getting rich in that line, for on New Year's Day Mr. Bhaer gave me a fine Shakespeare.
7 A year seems very long to wait before I see them, but remind them that while we wait we may all work, so that these hard days need not be wasted.
8 Beth smiled and felt comforted, for the tiny thing seemed to offer its small friendship and remind her that a pleasant world was still to be enjoyed.
9 I'll remind you of your promise when that joyful day comes, if it ever does, returned Jo, accepting the vague but magnificent offer as gratefully as she could.
10 Laurie rose as he spoke, returned the pictures with a smile and a bow and looked at his watch, as if to remind her that even moral lectures should have an end.
11 Fifteen-year-old Jo was very tall, thin, and brown, and reminded one of a colt, for she never seemed to know what to do with her long limbs, which were very much in her way.
12 Laurie haunted the house like a restless ghost, and Mr. Laurence locked the grand piano, because he could not bear to be reminded of the young neighbor who used to make the twilight pleasant for him.
13 Pickwick, the president, read the paper, which was filled with original tales, poetry, local news, funny advertisements, and hints, in which they good-naturedly reminded each other of their faults and short comings.
14 To our venerable benefactor Mr. Laurence I leave my purple box with a looking glass in the cover which will be nice for his pens and remind him of the departed girl who thanks him for his favors to her family, especially Beth.
15 Feeling stronger than ever to meet and subdue her Apollyon, she pinned the note inside her frock, as a shield and a reminder, lest she be taken unaware, and proceeded to open her other letter, quite ready for either good or bad news.
16 For, as quick to hear her sobbing as she had been to hear her sister's faintest whisper, her mother came to comfort her, not with words only, but the patient tenderness that soothes by a touch, tears that were mute reminders of a greater grief than Jo's, and broken whispers, more eloquent than prayers, because hopeful resignation went hand-in-hand with natural sorrow.