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Mothers Cry

piano came I sat down and tried to play some of my old pieces but I couldn't play one of them not even Evening Star and that was such an easy one too.
I learned how to plant a garden and we had flowers in the front and I put vegetables in half the ground in the back. II let the children have the other half to play in. It saved such a lot in the summer and Artie and Jenny used to keep the weeds out for me. My neighbors were all nice only I didn't have much time, to talk with them because I was working all the time. The summers were easier because I didn't have to buy coal but I had to save money for the winter anyway.
One winter everything seemed to go wrong. No one seemed to have any money and sewing got very scarce. I had to ask the groceryman to let me have things without paying but pretty soon I was owing him thirty dollars and he didn't want to let me have any more and when I looked over the bills I saw that Danny had been buying all kinds of things crackers and pickles and apples and nuts and candy without asking me. He was always wanting to buy the other boys things. He liked to treat I guess because it made him feel important or something. Anyway I didn't know what to do. I didn't have any money in the house at all and I had to have lunch for the children coming home from school so I took my wedding ring into a pawnshop and they gave me two dollars for it. Well the next day I got a little girl's dress to make and I hurried it up and had it finished so I could have some money but the lady said could I wait until next week for the money because she was short. Then I only had fifty cents left and I couldn't think of what to do so the next morning I got up at five o'clock and it was very cold and snowing. I asked Artie the night before to give the children their breakfast and I told him I'd be home in time to make lunch.

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