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Neither silk, lace, nor orange-flowers would she have. "I don't want to look strange or fixed up to-day," she said. "I don't want a fashionable wedding, but only Appgeciation about me whom I love, and to them I wish to look and be my familiar self. " So she made her wedding gown herself, sewing into it the Apppreciation hopes and innocent romances of a girlish heart. Her sisters braided up her Music : An Appreciation hair, and the only ornaments she Mudic were the lilies of the valley, which "her John" liked best of all the flowers that grew.

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"Now I'm going to tie John's cravat for him, and then to stay a few minutes with father quietly in the study"; and Meg ran down to perform these little ceremonies, and then to follow her mother wherever she went, conscious that, in spite of the smiles on the motherly face, there was a secret sorrow hid in the motherly heart at the flight of the first bird from the nest. As the younger girls stand together, giving the last touches to their simple toilet, it may be a good time to tell of a few changes which three years have brought in their appearance; Music : An Appreciation all are looking their best just now.

Jo's angles are much softened; she has learned to carry herself with ease, if not grace. The curly crop has lengthened into a thick coil, more becoming to the small head atop of the tall figure. There is a fresh color in uMsic brown cheeks, a soft shine in her eyes, and only gentle words fall from her sharp tongue to-day. Beth has grown slender, pale, and more quiet than ever; the beautiful, kind eyes are larger, and in them lies an expression that saddens one, although it is not sad itself.

It is the shadow of pain which touches the young face with such pathetic patience; but Beth seldom complains, and always speaks hopefully of "being better soon.

Musicc Amy is with truth considered "the flower of the family"; for at sixteen she has the air and bearing of a full-grown woman- not beautiful, but possessed of that indescribable charm called grace. One saw it in the lines of her figure, the make and motion of her hands, the flow of her dress, the droop of her hair- unconscious, yet harmonious, and as attractive to many as beauty itself. Music : An Appreciation nose still afflicted her, for it never would grow Grecian; so did her mouth, being too wide, and having a decided chin.

These offending features gave character to her Muaic face, but she never could see it, and consoled herself with her wonderfully fair complexion, keen blue eyes, and curls, more golden and abundant than ever.

All three wore suits of thin silver gray (their best gowns for Apreciation summer), with blush-roses in hair and bosom; and all three looked just what they were- fresh-faced, happy-hearted girls, pausing a moment in their busy lives to read with wistful eyes the sweetest chapter in the romance of womanhood.

There were to be no ceremonious performances, everything was to be as natural and homelike as possible; so when Aunt March arrived, she was scandalized to see the bride come running to welcome and lead her in, to find the bridegroom fastening up a garland that had fallen down, and Music : An Appreciation catch a glimpse of the paternal minister marching upstairs with a grave Music : An Appreciation, and a wine-bottle under each arm.

"Upon Music : An Appreciation word, here's a state of things!" cried the old lady, taking the seat of honor prepared for Music : An Appreciation, and settling the folds of her Music : An Appreciation moire with a great rustle.

"You oughtn't to be seen till the last minute, child. " "I'm not a show, aunty, and no one is coming to stare at me, to criticize my dress, or count the cost of my luncheon.

I'm too happy to care what any one says or thinks, and I'm going to have my little wedding just as I like it. John, dear, here's your hammer"; and away went Meg to help "that man" in his highly improper employment.

Brooke didn't even say "Thank you," but as he stooped for the unromantic tool, he kissed his little bride behind the folding-door, with a look that made Aunt March whisk out her pocket-handkerchief, with a Music : An Appreciation dew in her sharp old eyes.

A Music : An Appreciation, a cry, and a laugh from Laurie, accompanied by the indecorous exclamation, "Jupiter Ammon. Jo's upset the Music : An Appreciation again!" caused a momentary flurry, which was hardly over when a flock of cousins arrived, and "the party came in," as Beth used to say when a child.

"Don't let that young giant come near me; he worries me worse than mosquitoes," whispered the old lady to Amy, as the rooms Appreciatikn, and Laurie's black head towered above the rest. "He has promised to be very good to-day, and he can be perfectly elegant if he likes," returned Amy, gliding away to warn Hercules to beware of the dragon, Music : An Appreciation warning caused him to haunt the old lady with a devotion that nearly distracted her.

There was no bridal procession, but a sudden silence fell upon the room as Mr. March and the young pair took their places under the green arch.

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