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Mothers Cry

a little old lady and a little old man came and took the flat. They said they didn't mind the children if only I would keep the furnace going good and hot for them in the winter. They were nice people and they paid their rent regularly and they never gave me any trouble.
School opened and Danny went into 2B and Artie was in 2A. That was because Danny was left back and Artie skipped. Jenny was five so she went into the kindergarten. After school opened I took Beatty with me down to Landry's and I got some sewing from the forelady. She gave me a dozen corset waists to make and six petticoats and she told me they must be done by Friday. The muslin was all cut out and the embroidery was all cut too. I carried the bundle home and I had to hold on to Beatty too and it was kind of heavy and Beatty got tired and cranky and she wouldn't do what I told her to. Beatty didn't like me to tell her to do things.
When I got home it was lunch time and the children were home already from school. I made their lunch and sent them back to school and then when I had cleared up I sat down to start the sewing. It went slow at first but afterwards I got better. I wanted to be very careful and there were so many flounces but I made two corset waists in the afternoon and then after the children came home from school and I gave them their bread and butter I made nearly a whole petticoat and then it was time to start making supper. After supper Jenny helped me to dry dishes and the boys went out to play again but I put the girls to bed. There was a big lot across the street and that was where the boys played with the other boys on the block. I finished the petticoat and started another. I wasn't used to sewing so much so I had a pain in my back from leaning over the machine and my legs hurt from pushing the pedal.

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