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sewing and housework because mama was very particular and she liked things just so. And I told him how mama was afraid I would never meet any people if I just always stayed home with her and how we talked it over and she thought I would be better off if I went into an office and that was how I came to Landry's.
All of a sudden Mr. Williams took my hand and he said you have such a nice small hand Miss Knight. And I knew I was getting hot and red again. And such lovely hair it's just right not really brown and not really blond and you have such nice eyes. I like blue eyes. I felt terrible for him to say such things and I told him I didn't think he should. And he said why not because he believed in giving praise before flowers. I didn't understand what he meant and he laughed and explained he meant we should say nice things to people before they die not afterwards so then I laughed too but I didn't like him to talk about dying because I was feeling so happy.
Mr. Williams kept holding my hand all the time and it was getting kind of wet and I felt uncomfortable and I didn't know how to take my hand away. Then he put my hand on his shirt front and he said may I call you Mary and I said yes you can. Then he said and you must call me Frank. But I said oh no I couldn't do that because he was so much older and superior. He laughed and said try. I did try to call him Frank but I kept forgetting and most times I called him Mr. Williams. Then it got to be ten o'clock and mama came in and Mr. Williams said he guessed he would have to go. He said good night to everybody and I went with him to the door and he said good night to me and he said he had spent a lovely evening and he shook hands with me.
I could hardly sleep that night. Mr. Williams was my first

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