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Mothers Cry

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All good children go to heaven
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Mothers cry
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MAMA wanted me to learn typewriting but it looked so hard and the machine frightened me a little. It made such a lot of noise. So I asked her if I couldn't work in Landry's instead. They needed cash girls and so they took me right away. Mama was disappointed because she thought typewriting was higher than being a cash girl but I couldn't help it the typewriting machine looked so complicated and the noise frightened me. I knew I could never get my fingers to work it right.
I told mama the first day I was working at Landry's about Mr. Williams. He worked at the silk counter on my side of the store. They had all men in the silks and it seemed funny to me because they were using nearly -all girls every place else in Landry's. There were such a lot of old men that worked in the silks but Mr. Williams wasn't so old. I guess he was thirty-five years old and I was eighteen years old. He told me how his father had worked for Landry's too and had worked for Mr. Landry in London only there they called them drapers and it sounded funny to me.
So I told mama how Mr. Williams talked to me. He didn't just give me the sales slip and ask me to hurry up but he asked me did I like the work and I said yes I liked it but that I was so afraid I would make mistakes. Then mama wanted to know was he nice and did he have a moustache and I said yes and mama liked it and she said now you try to please him and

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