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Mothers Cry

and I thought to myself this is our own house and I thought how Frank would have liked to live here how he would have liked to make cupboards and shelves and work in the garden and make things for the children. And then I thought how it was just because Frank was dead that I had the house and it gave me a queer kind of pain and it was the same kind of stabbing pain that used to come all the years that followed whenever I would think of Frank. It would be terrible for maybe a minute and I would feel I couldn't stand it another second and then it would go away.
Then the moving men came. I put the dining room set downstairs. It looked a little shabby and I didn't have any carpet for the floor but my curtains were still good. All the barrels with the dishes and pots and pans and the things for washing and ironing I put in the kitchen. In the big room upstairs I put the parlor set but the wall paper was red and it didn't look very nice with all my green things. I thought I would put the folding bed in the parlor for myself to sleep on and I gave the big double bed to Beatty and Jenny to sleep on in one bedroom and I bought two small beds for Danny and Artie. They were painted to look like wood but they were made of iron I guess. I had to buy a dresser for the boys too but I got one cheap without a looking glass.
If I was going to be a dressmaker I would need a sewing machine and Mr. Landry sent me one up from the store and he let me have it cheaper than the store price. It was one of the new kind that you could let the head drop down inside and I made, a cover for it and when it was closed up and covered you could hardly tell it was a sewing machine at all. I kept it in the parlor because there was no other place for me to work in.
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