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Mothers Cry

I should put on my robins egg blue dress. It had quite big sleeves too and little roses around the neck. It was my party dress only I hardly ever went to parties because I didn't know many people.
Mama made a lovely dinner and I made the crust for the pie because mama said I made crust better than she did and besides it would be nice to tell Mr. Williams afterwards that I made it. And Jamey churned the ice cream. But he had his supper early because we never knew what awful things Jamey might say at the table because he was only thirteen. I curled my bang just before Mr. Williams came so it would be fresh and I asked papa to please not take off his coat.
Mr. Williams came and he brought some flowers with him -bought ones from the store-and they looked lovely in the middle of the table and made it look high tone. The supper was lovely and Mr. Williams liked everything except the cabbage. Mama was worried but I said to her afterwards in the kitchen when I helped her bring in the pie and the ice cream that he ate so much of everything else it didn't really matter. Then mama told him how I made the pie crust and Mr. Williams said he was so surprised-only he said amazed because he always talked so nice-because girls nowadays weren't taking any interest in domestic matters and it was a shame for what was to become of the home if all the girls who were going into offices kept thinking they could neglect the wonderful culinary art. He was glad to see one girl however who still remembered that the office was temporary but that the home went on forever. After all he said that was woman's sphere and she should make herself and her sphere as lovely as possible. I thought Mr. Williams talked just like a book and mama kept nodding to everything he said so I knew she was pleased too. Papa didn't say much I guess be

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