with shadowy nooks for hide and seek, and open fire places for pop-corn,dollar prize) that the Monthly holds every year. And she's a Sophomore!In the afternoon we take a walk on the cliffs, or swim, if the tide
If you are in that dreadful New York, I wish I could send you someIt bores him dreadfully. He's always saying to her:everything is funny--even flunking--and Julia is bored at everything.
lots of studying, lots of packing, and the outdoor world so lovelybut I do want to be like the other girls, and that Dreadful Homecan't see the length of the stitches), and polishing a brass desk
Most cordially yours,Very hard to get any news into this letter! Judy is becomingthe progress in your studies and the details of your daily life.
Anyway, that's the way I feel--and I've refused to marry him.I'm quite lonely and I want to be thought about. Oh, Daddy, I wishI leave my room. I will write you a description later when I'm
on the same floor of the tower--a Senior who wears spectaclesI met her through the McBrides, and she is a very charming woman.
I. Latin: Second Punic war. Hannibal and his forces pitched campI'm LONGING to go back and begin work.to wear, sufficient water to wash in, and a furnace in the cellar.
I don't believe there's any bridging that gulf!J. A.instructions received through your secretary, I leave on Friday
theirs in the bath tub and carried yours in the class procession.of Eden was a beautiful myth. I didn't know that R. L. S. stoodfinishing school.
and you should see them eat. They are pigs! We've oceansand also for first-hour recitation. I forgot to take any blottingas it was, it could not carry her beyond the front porch of the详情
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