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around the house was so full of people but we only had three carriages and everybody was wanting to come. Mama and I and the children would have to have one and that left room for only eight more people. Cousin Liz said she ought to come because she spent fourteen dollars for a wreath and the only wreath that was bigger was Uncle William's and he didn't come to the funeral just like he didn't come to the engagement party. Then there was Jamey and Aunt Kate but not Gussie because mama asked Aunt Kate not to bring Gussie she might begin to smoke or something. And I wanted Fanny Benson to come so that filled up the second carriage. There was only one carriage left and so the men talked it over and they decided the supervisor from the store better come and Jerry who was Frank's best friend and who made the speech at the engagement party and two other men from the store.
Everything was all ready and I was glad I had on a heavy black veil because I couldn't cry and I knew everybody would think I ought to cry. But I didn't feel like crying because everything that was happening now seemed sort of to have nothing to do with what had been between Frank and me. I knew it was what had to be done but I wished I didn't have to be going along and I was glad that I could hide in back of the veil and no one could see I wasn't crying.
They carried Frank down first and then mama and i went down with the children and there was a crowd of people from the block all around the house and their children were pushing to get nearer and I wondered if the children had been looking at themselves in the carriages and laughing because they looked so squashed and round and funny like they did when I was married. I sort of hoped they had because it seemed to me that I wanted to feel that living things were

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