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Mothers Cry

said I deserved all the good luck I would get. And I felt so sorry to go because I always liked Landry's. All the girls promised to come to see me after I was married.
After that mama and I had a terribly busy time. Oh we sewed and we sewed and we sewed and I thought we would never get everything sewed especially because mama wanted things sewed mostly by hand. Mama said it was much nicer and more high toned. And besides there was so much hemstitching to do. All the sheets and the pillow cases and the kitchen towels in red hemstitching and the hand towels in blue hemstitching and all the initials to sew on and W was such a flourishy letter. I told mama I wished I was marrying a man whose name began with I but mama said I should count my blessings. And table cloths to hem and embroider and napkins too. And then all my clothes. Shirts and drawers and princess slips and combinations and corset covers and nightgowns and petticoats. Mama said I had a trousseau that many a girl would envy. Fanny Benson used to come sometimes with the girls from the store and they used to help me and they thought my things were wonderful.
We got a dressmaker to come for the top clothes. Mama said I must have enough clothes so Frank wouldn't have to buy me any for two years. The dressmaker made me two skirts and three shirtwaists that were so stylish now with little reveres and lovely high collars but the sleeves weren't quite so puffed as they used to be. But we bought a suit all made and it was so dear it was eleven dollars but mama said nowadays it was better to buy suits ready made than have them made at home and it came to nearly as much anyway. And we bought two pairs of shoes buttoned nice and high and lots of stockings. Mama bought six pairs mercerized and six pairs

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