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Mothers Cry

So I went to a newspaper stand and I waited until the wagon came with papers and I asked the wagon to let me have fifty cents worth. He gave me a big bundle of them and I carried them to the station. It snowed harder and harder and I wrapped a woolen scarf around my head so I wouldn't spoil my hat and I stood at the subway station and waited for people to buy my newspapers. But I guess they didn't see me on account of the snow or maybe because I was a little bit afraid to stand forward. Anyway I didn't sell one newspaper not a single one. So I walked home crying from the cold and being so wet and because I had wasted my last fifty cents. I had some rice in the house and a can of milk so I made rice and milk for the children's lunch and then I went downtown to Mr. Landry and got some work on some ladies' drawers from the forelady and she gave me a dollar in advance.

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ARTIE was the first one to graduate from public school because Danny got left back twice more and Artie got skipped. Artie was only twelve years old but he was very big for his age and he looked older.
I bought him a new dark blue suit for his graduation and I made him a new white shirt and he had new shoes and stockings and he wore a white flower in his buttonhole and I gave him a fountain pen for a present and it had two gold bands around it. I had two tickets so mama went with me.

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