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Mothers Cry

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IT WAS terribly hard the next year. Every night when I went to bed I wondered how I could ever get up in the morning. It was so hard to make the money go around and I guess I sort of gave up the idea altogether that we'd ever be able to get a carpet for the dining room.
Frank helped me some but he was tired too from working in the store all day and he liked to lie down for a little after supper and read. Frank used to read such a lot and that's why he always talked so nice. He picked up bargains down in Landry's basement-books that were a little dirty maybe or had a page torn and he got lots of lovely books that way. He got To Have and To Hold and Lady Rose's Daughter the one Mrs. Ward wrote last and Choir Invisible and Graustark. He wanted me to read them but I couldn't keep my eyes open I was always so tired.
I wanted the children to be neat and clean but with Danny and Artie and Beatty down on the street they always got so dirty and every night I had a tub full of washing to do for the morning. I didn't like them playing down on the streets because nearly every day maybe an automobile would pass and Danny always ran away after it for maybe two blocks so he could yell get a horse get a horse get a horse and make the man mad. And once Artie was lost for a whole afternoon and we found him in the ice man's cellar playing with wooden boxes he found there. But I couldn't keep them upstairs because they had to have some fresh air. Then all that winter everybody had a cold and I spent nearly six dollars just buying Peruna for them and in the end Artie got the measles

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