1 An old maid, that's what I'm to be.
2 There is truth in it, Jo, that's the secret.
3 You'll have me for company, if that's any comfort.
4 Yes," said Jo, knitting her brows, "that's just it.
5 Amy and you changed places in my heart, that's all.
6 Yes, that's the best place for such inflammable nonsense.
7 I suppose that's what you are rummaging after among my things.
8 "I say, Jo, that's rather too much," he began, just in his old boyish way.
9 There's Beth crying, that's a sure sign that something is wrong in this family.
10 I turned my foot a little, that's all, and limped upstairs to put her things on.
11 Beth isn't selfish, and that's the reason everyone loves her and feels so bad at the thoughts of losing her.
12 Besides, the best have to get through the hobbledehoy age, and that's the very time they need most patience and kindness.
13 "I suppose he'll laugh and joke over it with Laurie, but I shan't see them, that's a comfort," thought Amy, as Tudor bowed and departed.
14 "I'm glad of it, that's one of your foolish extravagances, sending flowers and things to girls for whom you don't care two pins," continued Jo reprovingly.
15 She is trying to like politics for my sake, so I'll try and like millinery for hers, that's only fair," thought John the Just, adding aloud, "That's very pretty.
16 "If that's the way he's going to grow up, I wish he'd stay a boy," she thought, with a curious sense of disappointment and discomfort, trying meantime to seem quite easy and gay.
17 "This unassuming style promotes study, that's why we adopt it," returned Laurie, who certainly could not be accused of vanity, having voluntarily sacrificed a handsome curly crop to the demand for quarter-inch-long stubble.
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