Wednesday, August 10, 2011

Food for Thought...

'They were girls still, full of spirits, fun, and youth, but below the the lightheartedness, each cherished a purpose, which seemed to ennoble her womanhood, to give her a certain power, a sustataining satisfaction, a daily stimulus that led her on to daily effort and in time to some success in circumstance or character, which was worth all the patience, hope, and labor of her life.'

An Old Fashioned Girl, Louisa May Alcott

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