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louisa may alcott

i turn eighteen in three days.

“sixteen years have i lived, and yet so little do i know, and so much remains to be done before i begin to be what i desire – a truly good and useful woman.”

i used that last year and i find that it still fits me.

5 thoughts on “louisa may alcott

  1. what time exactly on saturday?

    i think i’ll miss some of practice if i have to-
    he’ll just keep changing the opening number so it doesn’t matter that much. :p

    we need to get a picture still. i work tonight… but maybe tomorrow night or something… you need it ready for friday, right?

  2. Hey Louissa

    Hopefully you’ll get this-
    This week is crazy for me with mid-terms and all, So being at practice tonight isn’t gonna happen(you can let Ben know ‘he’s on’ lol).

    but, I soooooo appricate you letting me “on-board” with this whole worship thing:)

    You can send me an e-mail if you like at

    greatjoy01@earrthlink.net

    to let me know you got my message

    Thanks so much!

    ~Blanche

  3. Whoa….
    Congradulations when you turn 18.
    Stay 18 as long as you can because it’s really wierd being 19.
    They say 18 is the last year of being a teen, but 20 is often refered to as the first year of adulthood….. so what is 19? It’s really wierd that’s what it is. So if anyone offers you a birthday extension plan for next year, you should take it.
    the bell rang…. so I go to photography class… to sleep.

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