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Mothers Cry

after you take a good hot bath and I think it will do the trick because this is just the right time for us to do it and you don't have to have the baby. So he gave me a bottle of brown stuff and I took it home.
Frank was going to his club that night right after supper and I didn't say anything to him about the medicine. After I cleared up the kitchen and washed some diapers and fixed Danny some stockings for tomorrow I took the medicine out of my pocketbook and I put it on the kitchen table and then I took a teaspoon out of the kitchen drawer and I put it down beside the bottle and I just sort of sat there.
And while I was sitting I was thinking of all the work I had to do with the house and with Frank and with the three children and how now Frank's money was getting so it wasn't really enough and only this morning eggs had gone up to sixteen cents a dozen and milk was four cents a quart and butter was going up to twenty-six cents a pound and how nearly every week I had to put in a quarter in the gas meter. And I thought how I didn't have any new clothes since I was married except a dress to wear when I was getting big with a baby and I wasn't dressed fit to go out on a Sunday any more to Central Park even because of course we never had any money to go to places and I couldn't go anyway because I couldn't leave the children alone. And I thought how Frank said he would need a new suit soon because he had to look nice at the store and that would mean fifteen dollars and I didn't know where we would get it from.
And all of a sudden I thought to myself how I never even had time to see myself in a looking glass now and I wondered if maybe I changed any so I got the looking glass down from behind the kitchen door the one that Frank used when he shaved himself and I looked at myself. I didn't have time now

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