Finally saw the 1994 film of Little Women

I suppose if I'm going to be so long in reading Little Women , I might as well be long in seeing the film too! My lovely husband, keenly aware of my interest, set the DVR to tape Little Women on the Oprah Winfrey Network so I could watch it (awfully nice, thanks Rich!). I …

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First Report from the ALA Workshop on Louisa May Alcott: strictly from a fan’s perspective

Today was such an amazing day that I am asking you to please indulge me. I want to file two reports but the first one needs to be from a gushing fan; the more informative report will come later over the weekend. I started this blog with the express purpose of meeting other fans of …

ALA Alcott Programs to feature Daniel Shealy, Harriet Reisen and Nancy Porter, and Jan Turnquist

And I have been invited to attend! I will be able to take pictures and will take extensive notes so that you can 'virtually' go there too. Harriet Reisen was kind enough to invite me to participate and I am very much looking forward to hearing from Daniel Shealy who helped to edit Louisa May …

It’s now “official” :-)

I'm finally an official member of the Louisa May Alcott Memorial Society located at Orchard House in Concord, MA, and I've proudly displayed my membership on the header of this blog. It's long overdue! This organization does such great work keeping the memory of Louisa and her family alive. Touring Orchard House is the stuff …

Two new videos added to the Audio/Visual portion of this blog

Be sure and check out 2 new videos I found in my travels which are posted on the Audio/Visual page of this blog: Interview with Harriet Reisen on her book and DVD, Louisa May Alcott The Woman Behind Little Women I learned some new things watching this video and really loved Ms. Reisen's obvious passion …