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Mothers Cry

took out one of the cakes and I walked over to where Mr. Williams was sitting and I asked him if he wouldn't like to taste it because my mother made it and he said yes. And I ran away quickly to our table because all of a sudden I felt I had been bold and I was a little frightened.
It seems queer to me now when I think how scared I was then of such a little thing like that especially when I think how when Danny went to the electric chair I wasn't scared hardly at all. I didn't know anything then. I'm not sure I know anything now. I don't understand more. All these thirty years. That time I gave Frank a cake from my lunch box and now Danny died on the electric chair.
Then Mr. Williams began to send me little candy hearts with the sales slips. I thought it was very funny for him to do it but I thought it wasn't quite right because they had things printed on them like Little Sweetheart and I Love You Truly. But I sucked them for a little bit and the printing came off and then I kept them on my desk where he could see that the printing wasn't on them any more so he would know I thought he was too bold.
One day when we were leaving Landry's Mr. Williams came up to me and he said could he walk with me to the elevator and I said yes and he did and he asked me if he could ever come and see me at my house. So I said I would ask mama. So I did and mama said of course certainly and maybe I wasn't so foolish being a cash girl because sometimes a girl had more chances in a store than in an office.
I told Mr. Williams he could come to our house on Wednesday night for supper. I told Fanny Benson about it but I was sorry I did because she kept tickling me all day and giggling.
I got off a little early on Wednesday night and mama said

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