"At the top of the stairs she paused. The emotions of divers on spring-boards, leading-ladies on opening nights, and lumpy, be-striped young men on the day of the Big Game, crowded through her."
"Babes in the Woods" was the first professionally sold story by F. Scott Fitzgerald in 1919. It is a short story of a boy missing his first kiss after it was denied by his girl. The story is about Fitzgerald's meeting with Ginevra King and their missed kiss.