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Mothers Cry

time now I was getting such pains in my back. I rented out the downstairs room-the one that Danny and Sayde used to have-for twelve dollars a week and with the extra money I got from Artie and from the rent upstairs because now I didn't have any more mortgage to pay on I got along fine and I sewed only just a few dresses a week so as to accommodate some of my old customers who always were so good to me.
I felt kind of lonely sometimes with Artie busy at his work and so Eddie bought me a radio and after that I wasn't so lonely because having the radio was just like having lots of people in the house and Artie laughed at me because one night I woke him up in the middle because I was sure I got London. He said he was glad I had something to interest me.
But just the same I kept thinking about Beatty and Danny often and often and I used to think how wonderful it would be if only Beatty would be walking in at the door and I worried so maybe she was sick and needed me. Artie wanted me to sell the house and live in an apartment because he said it would be less work but I said no-Danny and Beatty will be coming home soon and I'd like them to have the house to come home to.
After Artie went out that time with Alice Forster he got more and more worried looking and sort of peaked. So I asked him about it and he told me he wanted to marry her and he asked her and she said she wouldn't marry him until he was making at least a hundred dollars a week:
You know mother she says she loves me and all that but she says it's the instinct of any woman who functions as a woman to want a man who'll be able to protect her young. Now what do you think of that mother. Oh yes she says I'm sure you're going to be a grand success but I think you'd better be started some on the road before we risk the babies.

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