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me a dollar. It was twice as much as I made with the sewing for Landry's so I asked her if she would please send me her friends and she said she surely would because I did such nice work. There was a piece of embroidery left over and some beading and some nainsook and she said I could keep them. Afterwards lots of ladies let me keep scraps like that and I could make things for Beatty and jenny though sometimes the embroidery wasn't the same all the way around and sometimes I had to piece together in funny places and sometimes there would be maybe three different kinds of muslin in one of jenny's petticoats.
Then I got two dresses to make for another little girl and some boys' shirts from someone else. Sewing like that was much easier because it wasn't so much the same all the time and I got paid twice as much. Pretty soon I had plenty of work right in the neighborhood and I made sometimes twelve and fifteen dollars a week and Mr. Landry said he was very glad.
When it got cold I bought a ton of coal and then I had to tend to the furnace. I didn't know how in the beginning and the fire kept going out all the time but one of the neighbors showed me how to keep it going. There was a man who said he would come around in the mornings to start the fire for a dollar a week but I didn't think we could afford it because now the winter was coming on we would all need new winter clothes and I thought I would like to save that dollar and have some money to give the children a nice Christmas.
JOne morning it was snowing so I went to get the children's rubbers ready for them. I had just bought three new pairs for Danny and Artie and Jenny. I didn't have to buy any for Beatty because the ones Jenny wore last year fitted her and enny was easy on her rubbers and shoes so they were still good. But when I went to the closet to look for the rubbers

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