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Mothers Cry

Mama asked Aunt Sarah and her cousin Bertha and her cousin Liz because Liz's boy played the violin and she asked my Uncle William too because Uncle William was a contractor and he was rich and mama said he would send me a fine present even if he couldn't come and of course we asked Aunt Kate. We hired some camp chairs and we made things to eat all Christmas Day. We made sandwiches and baked cakes and I made three different kinds of icing white and chocolate and pink and Jamey turned the freezer and then we made big layer cakes too and we fixed up the house with pine branches and with holly and we fixed up the sideboard and put boards in the table to make it big enough and we decorated them with red and green crepe paper and they looked wonderful after we put all the things to eat out. Mama baked a ham with brown sugar and cloves and we had pickles and nuts and raisins and oranges and apples. Papa made the punch and he put two bottles of wine in it and mama said seeing that it's Christmastime it didn't matter. And mama said we ought to have a plum pudding too so she made a big one and it steamed all day and the kitchen smelled so nice and papa got a little bottle of brandy ready to pour over it and light it. He said that was how they did it in the old country. And mama said yes papa always wanted to do things the way they dad it in the old country especially when it came to liquor. But papa was really lovely. He got all the beer ready himself out of his own money.
We set up a Christmas tree in the parlor though afterwards we had to move it out so we could dance and a lot of the ornaments broke when we moved it. I popped some corn and mama and Jamey dipped it in strawberry juice to make some of it pink and Jamey strung it and we hung it on the tree. Oh it was all such fun and such excitement

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