When I grow up I ain't going
to bother going
to church at all.
"I'm not going
to stand for this sort of foolishness."
"But," announced Colin stubbornly, "I am not going
to be a poor thing.
And we chuckled to think how wet they were going
to get, and came back and stirred the fire, and got our books, and arranged our specimens of seaweed and cockle shells.
"No, I'm not going
to bother my head about cooking lessons this last month.
He wasn't particularly interested in what was going
on, and sometimes wondered if he would ever be particularly interested in anything.
"Oh, Marilla, you'd be excited, too, if you were going
to meet a little girl you hoped to be your bosom friend and whose mother mightn't like you," she said as she hastened to get her hat.
"Are you really going
to the theater?" he said, trying not to look at her.
to London; and going
so suddenly; and going
on horseback, which she knew would be all very bad; Emma communicated her news of Jane Fairfax, and her dependence on the effect was justified; it supplied a very useful check, interested, without disturbing him.
She paused and shut her eyes as though she were going
"I mean what made you make up your mind so quickly to go on this expedition when you heard Beecher was going
"Oh, yes; a month or two ago, when Peter was first took; because Peter said then that he sorter felt like he warn't going
to get well this time.