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sticks to whack things with. Once we walked into town–four miles–
and stopped at a restaurant 长沙桑拿可以选 where the college girls go for dinner.
Broiled lobster (35 cents), and for dessert, buckwheat cakes and maple
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cents). Nourishing and cheap.

It was such a lark! Especially for me, because it was so awfully
different from the asylum–I feel like an escaped convict every
time I leave the campus. Before I thought, I started to tell
the others what an experience I was having. The cat was almost
out of the bag when I grabbed it by its tail and pulled it back.
It’s awfully hard for me not to tell everything I know. I’m a very
confiding soul by nature; if I didn’t have you to tell things to,
I’d burst.

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house matron of Fergussen to the left-behinds in the other halls.
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with copper pots and kettles hanging in rows on the stone wall–
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Four hundred girls live in Fergussen. The chef, in a white cap
and apron, fetched out twenty-two other white caps and

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aprons–
I can’t imagine where he got so many–and we all turned ourselves
into cooks.

It was great fun, though I have seen better candy. When it was
finally finished, and ourselves and the kitchen and the door-knobs
all thoroughly sticky, we organized a procession and still in our
caps and aprons, each carrying a big fork or spoon or frying pan,
we marched through the empty corridors to the officers’ parlour,