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Mothers Cry

a lot of time with me and he said it was the least he could do seeing how Frank had worked in the store for twenty-five years.
I had all the things to pack up to move to the Bronx. I left the carpet in the parlor it had so many worn places and I left the oil cloth in the kitchen and the dining room too. The groceryman gave me three sugar barrels and I wrapped all the dishes and kitchen things in newspaper and I packed them in the barrels. All the mattresses had to be rolled up and the beds taken down and the table taken apart and all around the edge was chewing gum where the children stuck it on and the looking glass had to be unscrewed from the dresser and the pictures wrapped in paper but in the end I finished everything all right.
Danny wanted to ride up with the moving men and he nagged so I let him do it but the other children went up with me in the subway and they thought it was wonderful. We rode in the first car because they wanted to see and afterwards when we came out into the light in the Bronx they sat at the windows and they pointed everything out to me.
When we got off at Prospect Avenue it was nearly like the country and the children were so excited they ran out into the middle of the avenue where there were big plots of grass growing and they picked buttercups and daisies and there were such lovely big houses all along the avenue set way back with big gardens and lawns in front and children and dogs playing on the lawns and hammocks under the trees.
We got up ahead of the moving men and so we walked all around the inside of our house and I thought how nice it was to have a real bathtub and we were going to have steam heat and hot water because there was a furnace in the cellar and it heated the whole house. The rooms were so nice and airy

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