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Mothers Cry

of the class with a sign on her LIAR and said she took right after Danny.
Beatty was very funny about lies. If she told a lie even a little one that didn't matter she would come to me afterwards and say it wasn't true what I told you mama about being kept in school I just went to the park with Louise. Sometimes it would be a whole week later when she'd come and tell me something like that-like it had been bothering her all the time. So now I knew how bad she felt because they hadcalled her a liar. She wouldn't eat her lunch but cried and cried and I kept her home from school and she was all hot in the afternoon and in the night she kept walking up and sobbing and I had to quiet her down. And she said she would never go back to school again never never.
The next morning I went to her teacher and I told her how I saw Beatty really taking the blind man and I told her how Beatty was sick. She said she was sorry but she would let Beatty recite for Thanksgiving Day to make it up for her and she would explain to the class. But she said just the same you shouldn't take her so seriously because Beatty loves to dramatize herself. I didn't know what she meant but anyway when I told Beatty about reciting for Thanksgiving she felt better.
The piece she had to recite was about Pilgrims and a stern and rockbound coast and she said she wanted me to make her a Puritan dress and she showed me the picture in her reader and I made her the dress out of grey lining way down to the floor and I made her a white apron and a white kerchief and a little cap. The teacher didn't know she was going to get dressed up and Beatty said she was mad at first but afterwards she laughed and said Beatrice you're the limit of my patience.

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