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Mothers Cry

and they were all made of wood and some were painted light brown and some darker brown and some lighter green and some darker green and ours was a light green one except the porch was sort of trimmed with a little darker green. There was a little piece of ground in the front and then you went up the wooden steps on to a nice porch and the porch had narrow bars all around it. On that floor was a pretty big parlor and two bedrooms and a bathroom and when you went downstairs there was the kitchen in the back and the dining room in the front and there was a back yard. It wasn't very big but I noticed how all the back yards were planted with flowers and vegetables and I thought how I would ask the neighbors to show me how to plant ours. There was a fence all around the back yard.
Then there was another floor on top where there were three more rooms and a little kitchen and another bathroom. Mr. Landry explained how I must rent out the upstairs part for twenty-two dollars a month and how the rent would pay for the mortgage and the interest. And there was even an attic on top of the upstairs flat and I thought that would be nice for the children too.
Then Mr. Landry said that I must work up my own trade as a dressmaker and put up a sign. He said he would give me sewing to do for the store only it paid very badly and it would be such a long trip to get the work and bring it back and so he went with me right away to a place and ordered a sign painted on white glass dressmaker children's dresses a specialty because I told him I was a little afraid to make big people's clothes on account of spoiling the goods. Mr. Landry said he thought he would hold the mortgage on the house because then he would be sure no one would take advantage of me. So I thanked him for everything because he spent such

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