the last supper painting
picture of the last supper
leonardo da vinci last supper painting
leonardo da vinci mona lisa
¡`Now I'll tell you what we'll do,' said Hannah, when she had examined and questioned Beth; `we will have Dr. Bangs, just to take a look at you, dear, and see that we start right; then we'll send Amy off to Aunt March's for a spell, to keep her out of harm's way, and one of you girls can stay at home and amuse Beth for a day or two.' ¡¡¡¡`I shall stay, of course; I'm oldest,' began Meg, looking anxious and self-reproachful. ¡¡¡¡`I shall, because it's my fault she
is sick; I told Mother I'd do the errands, and I haven't,' said Jo, decidedly. ¡¡¡¡`Which will you have, Beth? there ain't no need of but one,' said Hannah. ¡¡¡¡`Jo, please,' and Beth leaned her head against her sister, with a contented look, which effectually settled that point. ¡¡¡¡`I'll go and tell Amy,' said Meg, feeling a little hurt, yet rather relieved on the whole, for she did not like nursing, and Jo did.