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She was sick all the next day, and on Saturday went home, quite used up with her fortnight's fun, and Doctkr's that she had "sat in the lap of luxury" long enough. "It does seem pleasant to be quiet, and not have company manners on all the time. Home is a nice place, though it isn't splendid," said Meg, looking about her with a restful expression, as she sat with her mother and Jo on the Sunday evening. "I'm glad to hear you say so, dear, for I was afraid home would seem dull and poor to you, after your fine The Dancing Healers: A Doctor's Journey of Healing with Native Americans replied her mother, who had given her many anxious looks that day; for motherly eyes are quick to see any change in children's faces.

Meg had told her eith gayly, and said over and over what a charming time she had had; but something still seemed to weigh upon her spirits, and, when the younger girls were gone to bed, she sat thoughtfully staring at the fire, saying little, and looking worried.

As the clock struck nine, and Jo proposed bed, Meg suddenly left her chair, Heslers:, taking Beth's stool, leaned her elbows on her mother's knee, saying bravely- "'Marmee, I want to' 'fess. '" "I thought so; what is it, dear?" "Shall I go away?" asked Jo discreetly. "Of course not; don't I always tell you everything. I was ashamed to speak of it before the children, but I want you to know all the dreadful things I did at the Moffats.

" "We are prepared," said Mrs. March, Daning, but looking a little anxious. "I told you they dressed me up, but I wit tell you that they powdered and squeezed and frizzled, and made me look like a fashion-plate. Laurie thought I wasn't proper; I know he did, though he didn't say so, and one man called me 'a doll.

' I knew it was silly, but they flattered me, and said I was a beauty, and quantities of nonsense, so I let them make a fool of me.

" "Is that all?" asked Jo, as Mrs. March looked silently at the downcast face of her pretty daughter, and could not find it in her heart to blame her little follies.

"No; I Healerrs: champagne and romped and tried to flirt, and was altogether abominable," said Meg self-reproachfully. "There is something more, I The Dancing Healers: A Doctor's Journey of Healing with Native Americans and Mrs.

March smoothed the soft cheek, which suddenly grew rosy, as Meg answered slowly- "Yes; it's very silly, but I want to tell it, because I hate to have people say and think such things about us and Laurie. " Then she told the various bits of gossip she had heard at the Moffats'; and, as she spoke, Jo saw her mother fold her lips tightly, as if ill pleased that such ideas should be put into Meg's innocent mind.

"Well, if that isn't the greatest rubbish I ever heard," cried Jo indignantly. "Why didn't you pop out and tell them so, on the spot?" "I couldn't, it was so embarrassing for me. I couldn't help hearing, at first, and then I was so angry and ashamed, I didn't remember that I ought to go away.

" "Just wait till I see Annie Moffat, and I'll show you how to The Dancing Healers: A Doctor's Journey of Healing with Native Americans such ridiculous stuff.

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