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Mothers Cry

And mama thought it would be better for me to stop working in April so I could help her with all the sewing and all.
After Frank went home mama and I went through my hope chest because I had some things in it already. I had two corset covers that Aunt Kate once gave me when she came back from Niagara Falls and I had a muslin nightgown that I made when I was going to the sewing circle at church and I had lots and lots of lace I made. Some of the lace was just hairpin lace and some was tatting and some was crochet lace. Mama said it would be lovely for trimming petticoats and nightgowns and drawers. I had some embroidered pieces too. I had a bureau scarf and a round centerpiece for the table and two pillow tops one was huckbuck and the other one was huckbuck too but it was a different design.
It was lovely being engaged. We got invited out a lot and everybody was so good to us. Frank took me to lots of places. He took me to see a play called Sherlock Holmes by a man named Gillette and it was the first time I ever saw a play and there was no singing in it and I think maybe I was a little bit disappointed. I liked minstrels better because there was music in minstrels. When it got warmer Frank was terribly extravagant and he hired a buggy and we went riding to all kinds of places. Frank still teased me sometimes because he wanted to buy a tandem.
When it came time to leave the store the girls were lovely. We had a sort of party down in the basement and they bought me a pink kimona trimmed with white fuzzy stuff and it was beautiful. And all the girls said how they envied me and wasn't I afraid to go away and leave Frank there all alone with them but I said no I could trust Frank any place in all the world. So they all kissed me good-bye and said how they would miss me even if I was so quiet all the time and they

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