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to make any more pompadours and so my hair was all flat and the hair that used to be bangs was always corning down around my face in strings. And I looked so tired and I felt so tired. So I took the cork out of the bottle of the brown stuff and then I began to cry. I didn't know why I was crying and I said you're a fool Mary what are you crying about. But I felt miserable and I kept on crying. And then I knew I was crying because I wanted my baby. I wanted a baby again. Jenny was beginning to sit up already and pretty soon she'd be running around with Artie and Danny and I wouldn't have any baby. And I wanted that feeling all over again that I got after the babies were born feeling so wonderful and like heaven. What difference did it make anyway three or four. Danny was nearly three and he could go downstairs by himself to play and he could put his shoes and stockings on by himself and pretty soon he wouldn't be much trouble. And Artie would be able to go downstairs to play soon too. I didn't like it so much for the children to play in the street especially after the time Gertie Sancher got run over and the horse kicked her and they had to take out her eye. But I could watch them sometimes from the window only Danny didn't mind me when I told him to get off the gutter onto the sidewalk. It didn't matter anyway all I wanted was that feeling again that I had done something wonderful. I couldn't bear it to think of killing it when it was all alive really inside of me. I always rested when I was nursing and fifteen minutes seven times a day was nearly two hours I rested-so what was I complaining about though sometimes I had to get up and turn down the gas if something was cooking too quick or maybe pull Artie out of something.
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