“Laurie, you’re an angel! How shall I ever thank you?”
“Fly at me again. I rather liked it,” said Laurie, looking mischievous, a thing he had not done for a fortnight.
“No, thank you. I’ll do it by proxy, when your grandpa comes. Don’t tease, but go home and rest, for you’ll be up half the night. Bless you, Teddy, bless you!”
Jo had backed into a corner, and as she finished her speech, she vanished precipitately into the kitchen, where she sat down upon a dresser and told the assembled cats that she was happy, oh, so happy! while Laurie departed, feeling that he had made a rather neat thing of it.
Meet your new BFF: Laurie from Louisa May Alcott’s Little Women. Because we all have that friend who awkwardly straddled the line into romantic interest territory, but then that didn’t pan out. And it’s probably for the…
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