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make things easy for him. And when I left for work the next day she put two oranges in my lunch and she said I must offer Mr. Williams one. But he didn't speak to me all the day hardly and so I brought the other orange home and mama said never mind.
But the next day Mr. Williams stood at my desk and he talked to me again. He said what a nice collar that is you are wearing. We had to wear black dresses at Landry's with white collars. So I said yes I made the tatting myself and I did the hemstitching too. And he said it's lovely work. I felt so ashamed because I could feel I was blushing because my face was so hot. Then a customer came and he went away. But pretty soon when there were no more customers he came back and we talked some more. Mr. Williams said what terrible things the Spanish had been doing to our soldiers in Cuba but we were showing them a few things too and did I hear the latest way of singing Yankee Doodle. So I said no. So he sang very softly so no one could hear but me Yankee Dewey sailed his boats up Manila Bay sir he saw the Spaniards with their floats and blew them all away sir. He said he wanted to enlist only the war was really over now.
And when he walked away Fanny Benson who worked with me in the store began to laugh and called Mr. Williams my beau but I said I was too young to have a beau but I liked Mr. Williams a lot. I said he was my ideal because he was so handsome and so kind and I thought he looked so nice with his black coat and his striped trousers. Fanny laughed a lot and called me romantic but I said no I wasn't romantic but I thought it was nice to have ideals.
The next day mama put some cakes she made in my lunch box and she said I could offer one to Mr. Williams. So when I was opening my lunch in the basement at the girls' table I

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