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what you call the backbone of the nation. Oh said Beatty you give me a pain in my backbone and they both laughed and Artie said darling sister if you aren't going to accept life and people as they are you're going to get one awful wallop one of these days. No said Beatty I won't accept life as it is because I'm going to make life just as beautiful as I can otherwise it isn't worth living.
Then Artie said he had some work to do up in the attic and he went upstairs. He fixed the attic all up it was his room and now he slept there all the time. He had a big blackboard there and he was always working with figures and sometimes with letters like a and b and c and x and y and m and with funny signs and he made a drawing board for himself and he used to draw the pictures of his buildings on the drawing board and they didn't look to me like pictures of buildings I ever saw. They were all so sort of straight up and very high with kind of long square pieces bitten out of them in funny places. Something like how you build houses out of blocks but not even. .
All the time Artie was studying he was earning money making the blue papers with white lines-blue prints. It's hack work mother he said but nothing's too bad to free you from some drudgery and that awful sewing machine. Whenever he could he gave me money sometimes five dollars and sometimes ten dollars a week. He wanted me to give the laundry out and so I did just wet wash though and I ironed it myself. I don't mind working Artie I said I don't work nearly so hard as I used to. I wonder mother Artie said if you ever realize you're only forty years old. Why you're just a young woman and you ought to start trying to get other interests in life. Oh Artie I said you children are enough interest. You know Artie when I was a girl I never

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