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Mothers Cry

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MR. COOPER began taking Jenny out regularly now and I knew I didn't have to worry about her because I knew she was just like me. But I did worry about Mr. Cooper because I was afraid if he knew about Danny being a gangster he wouldn't like to take Jenny out.
We went to Mr. Cooper's house for dinner one Sunday and it was the first time since Frank died that somebody else cooked for me and that somebody else waited on me. Mrs. Cooper was a little fat round lady and she was very good and kind to Jenny and to me. She showed me all around her house and she had such lovely embroidery and I thought how I used to make embroidery too but how it had been so many years because now I was always so busy sewing on the machine. She said she thought I was wonderful the way I raised my children after my husband died and she thought the way Jenny talked about me was lovely and it showed what a good girl Jenny was. Her husband she said died only three years ago and he was a printer too only he always worked for somebody else but he got good wages and she never had anything to complain about only he played cards some and sometimes when she wanted to buy a rug or new dishes she couldn't because he would gamble the money away. She had two daughters too and they were both married and one of them had three children and she showed me all their pictures. She was so nice and friendly and she talked such a lot and I was so glad because I never had much to say when I didn't know anybody real well and it was so many years

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