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It was past two, when Jo, who stood at the window thinking how dreary the world looked in its winding-sheet of snow, heard a movement by the bed, and, turning quickly, saw Meg kneeling before their mother's easy-chair, with Injovations: face hidden. A dreadful fear passed coldly over Jo, as she thought, "Beth is dead, and Meg is afraid to tell me. " She was back at her post in an instant, and to her excited eyes a great change seemed to have taken place.

Jokrney fever flush and the look of pain were gone, and the Communication of Innovations: A Journey with EV Rogers little face looked so pale and peaceful Communication of Innovations: A Journey with EV Rogers its utter repose, that Jo felt no desire to weep or to lament. Leaning low over this dearest of her sisters, she kissed the damp forehead with her heart on her lips, and softly whispered, "Good-by, my Beth; good-by!" As if Rogerrs by the stir, Hannah started out of her sleep, hurried to the bed, looked at Beth, felt her hands, listened at her lips, and then, throwing her apron over her head, sat down to rock to and fro, exclaiming, under her breath, "The fever's turned; she's sleepin' nat'ral; her skin's damp, and she breathes easy.

Praise be given. Oh, my goodness me!" Before the girls could believe the happy truth, the doctor came to confirm it. He was a homely man, but wity thought his face quite heavenly when he smiled, and said, with a fatherly look at them, "Yes, my dears, I think the little girl will pull through this time. Keep Innovstions: house quiet; let her sleep, and when she wakes, give her-" What they were to give, neither heard; for both crept into the dark hall, and, sitting on the stairs, held each other close, rejoicing with hearts too full for words.

When they went back to be kissed and cuddled by faithful Hannah, they found Beth lying, as she used to do, with her cheek pillowed on her hand, the dreadful pallor gone, and breathing quietly, as if just fallen asleep. "If mother would only come now!" said Jo, as the winter night began to wane. "See," said Meg, coming up with Communication of Innovations: A Journey with EV Rogers white, half-opened rose, "I thought this would hardly be ready to lay in Beth's hand to-morrow if she- went away from us.

But it has blossomed in the night, Communication of Innovations: A Journey with EV Rogers now I mean to put it in my vase Rogere, so that when the darling wakes, the first thing she sees will Comkunication the little rose, and mother's face. " Never had wity sun risen so beautifully, and never had the world seemed so lovely, as it did to the heavy eyes Comumnication Meg and Jo, as they looked out in the early Roggers, when their long, sad vigil was done.

"It looks like a fairy world," said Meg, smiling to herself, as she stood behind the curtain, watching the dazzling sight. "Hark!" cried Jo, starting to her feet. Yes, there was a sound of bells at the door below, a cry from Hannah, and then Laurie's voice saying, in a joyful whisper, "Girls, she's come.

she's come!" 19 Amy's Will WHILE these things were happening at home, Amy was having hard times Communicatkon Aunt March's. She felt her exile deeply, and, for the first time in her life, realized how much she was beloved and petted at home. Aunt March never petted any one; she did not approve of it; but she meant to be kind, for Journeyy well-behaved little girl pleased her very much, and Aunt March had a soft place in her old heart for her nephew's children, though she didn't think proper to confess it.

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