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Mothers Cry

That's a garnet Mr. Williams said. It's your birthstone. Your mother told me. So then I knew what their secret was.
I ran to mama right away and I did cry and mama said now there there Mary you're a young woman now and you mustn't act like a child. Now I guess you can say you're keeping company can't she Mr. Williams and Mr. Williams said yes.
When it was time for Mr. Williams to go home he kissed my hands again and afterwards I kissed my hands too and I kept saying to myself all the time I'm keeping company I'm keeping company and all that night I couldn't sleep because I was so happy and so excited and I thought oh I'm the luckiest and happiest girl in all the world.

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WE KEPT company for six months and all the girls at the store knew about it and they would say things to me and laugh and sometimes I wouldn't understand them. Fanny Benson was the worst. I used to tell her everything because I had to tell somebody and I told her not to tell but she did anyway. On Wednesdays Mr. Williams always brought me a box of candy and I always saved some for Fanny's lunch Thursday and while it was summer time Mr. Williams always brought me flowers on Sunday and I would bring one in on Monday for Fanny. I started to press one flower from every bouquet that Mr. Williams brought me but pretty soon the big dictionary got all full and papa said I would have to stop be

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