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Mothers Cry

When the people began to come they all cried out because everything looked so lovely. Everybody said it was simply wonderful. We cleaned the table off in the parlor for the presents and I had to stand there and unwrap them and I felt so silly. Uncle William didn't come but he sent a present like mama said he would and it was the most wonderful of all I think. It was a round thing made of looking glass with silver all around the edge and a glass pitcher and six glasses and they were all trimmed with silver. Aunt Kate said it was filigree work. I got so many lovely things though. I got a picture frame and it was all made of peacock feathers and I got a gas lamp and it was the latest thing. It looked just like the oil ones but all you had to do was to attach it to the gas. It had two big round globes in green with tulips painted on. And I got a set of six cups and saucers trimmed with pink flowers and gold around the rims and one of the girls from the store gave me a moustache cup for Frank and it had Father printed on it in gold letters and everybody laughed and said wasn't she a bit too soon and they made jokes. And I got a silver plated tray with a sugar bowl and a pitcher and a pot on it. And I got a lovely embroidered pillow top from another girl. It was an American flag waving and under it was embroidered In God We Trust. And I got three mottoes but two were the same God Bless Our Home but the designs were different. And I got a music box from Aunt Kate and we played it all night but it only had five pieces on it and we got tired of it after a while. And I got a newspaper holder. It looked like a picture in a frame but the picture came out on chains and you put the newspapers behind it. And I got two sets of pictures. One set was two Gibson ones and the other set was Little Boy Blue and Little Bo Peep and they were to hang in a bedroom. I got another picture too in a gold

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