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Mothers Cry

the wash and I wanted irons with wooden handles that came off instead of the old-fashioned kind of iron of one piece and a box to put in the kitchen window for food and all kinds of things to remember to buy a washboard and a boiler and ironing board and pots and frying pans and strainers and a baking board and a rolling pin and a cereal set and a spice set and so many little things. I was so tired.
But it came June fifth at last and I wore a white dress and a veil and Frank wore a new dark blue serge suit and a new derby hat and he looked so handsome. Lots of friends came to the church but only the family came home to mama's for supper afterwards but no one minded and they threw rice at us when we got into the carriage to go home and they laughed at us. The children were standing on the sidewalk and laughing because they looked so funny when they saw themselves in the shininess of the carriage and a man tried to chase them away. But I told him to let them alone and then all of a sudden I wanted to get out and see myself too. And so I got out and there I was all sort of pressed down and fat and sort of curved out and in and when I moved it made all kinds of funny shapes and I laughed and laughed and laughed and I asked Frank for some pennies and I gave them to the children and then I got into the carriage again and somehow I wanted to cry because I thought how now I was grown up and I was married and I got terribly afraid and I wished I was a little girl again and I leaned up close to Frank. And Frank leaned my way and we drove away home to mama's and we had a quiet supper and everybody gave us advice and told Frank to take care of me and at last Frank and I got up when nobody was looking and we went to our own house.

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