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Mothers Cry

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I LOVED it being married. All except one thing. i guess maybe I had some idea such a thing was going to happen but somehow I never let myself think about it much. Mama said to me a week after we were married that maybe she ought to have told me some more about being married but I told her not to worry it was all right. Frank was always kind about it but he didn't quite understand how surprised I was. I minded at first but afterwards I didn't mind so much except like when Frank once suddenly got like that in the middle of dinner. He was looking at me kind of funny. We were only finished with soup and the cutlets were on the table and so were the potatoes and they were both lovely and hot and then Frank got up and he said Oh Mary I love you so and he came around to my chair and began kissing me that way and I felt so upset because when we came back again to the table the cutlets were all cold and so were the potatoes and they didn't taste as nice warmed over.
But all the rest of being married I liked very much. I liked to get up in the morning and to get breakfast ready while Frank was dressing and to sit down with him in my pretty pink kimona. Frank would kiss me good-bye then and I would clear up the kitchen and make the bed and sweep and dust. I washed on Mondays and I ironed on Tuesdays and I mended and cleaned silver on Wednesdays and washed the cut glass in ammonia and water. I was home alone for lunch and so I didn't fuss much and right after lunch I went to do the marketing. I liked to buy the things that Frank liked to eat and I knew already pretty much what he liked. Then in

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