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Mothers Cry

Then she watched the letter box again every day but the story came back again,
This time Beatty was miserable and she said I'm no good as a writer and I'll never be any good for anything at all and I might as well kill myself. But I said Beatty you're only seventeen so how can you say that but she was so unhappy
about the whole thing because she had told all the girls at college about it and so I bought her some goods and I started to make her a dress and at first she said she didn't want the dress and she wouldn't even let me try it on but when I put it on the form to see she came over and she said she thought it was going to be too long and she put it on to see and she began to show me the places where it didn't fit and afterwards when the dress was finished she liked it.
One thing that made me happy about the children was the way Beatty and Artie were such good friends. Beatty was crazy about Artie and Artie was crazy about Beatty. And after a while Artie got Beatty a job afternoons in a book store and Beatty didn't have to work so hard and besides now she had all the books to read she wanted.
Artie laughed at Beatty lots of times and they had fights together lots of times but I guess they must have liked it because they were always arguing together. Artie was nearly twenty now and he only had about another year more to finish studying but he looked like twenty-five. I guess maybe it was because he worked so hard.
Artie would say Beatty you shouldn't take your ideas so hard. Everything that is is right or it wouldn't be. Then he'd tell her how all her worrying and fretting wouldn't change the world and he said it was all so complicated if you changed one thing for the better it might make something else worse. But Artie agreed with Beatty when she talked about the war.

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