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Mothers Cry

Twenty-Nine
BEATTY got a job right away in a bank writing about stocks and bonds. She called it a publicity job and she worked in the vice-president's office because he had charge of that department.
It was Thursday when she got the job and on Saturday afternoon when she came home she said to me my boss has asked me to come down and help him tomorrow on a job. I wonder why he should want me down there on a Sunday afternoon. It sounds sort of fishy to me.
I didn't like it either and so I was worried about it all the time she was gone. At half past five she telephoned to me and said she wouldn't be home for supper and then about eleven o'clock she telephoned to me again and she said she wasn't coming home tonight but not to worry and she'd go right straight to work in the morning from where she was.
But I did worry. I couldn't help it. I couldn't just exactly put my finger on it why I was worrying but I was terribly upset just the same. I knew Beatty wouldn't ever do things like Aunt Katie's Gussie or Sadye I mean in the same way but I knew Beatty could do things like that if somebody could talk her into thinking what she was doing was right and high.
On Monday I waited all day long anxiously for Beatty to come home from work and when she did she was all happy and just jumpy with being so glad. I gave her her supper first and then when she went upstairs I went up too without doing the dishes even and I didn't have to ask her to tell me because she was so full of wanting to tell it she didn't know where to begin.

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