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It was once lousy there cooped up with the previous humans. outdated Mrs. Fisher by no means permit her disregard that she wasn’t particularly Agnes’s little lady and that she notion it was once foolish of her daughter to help the kid of a noaccount like Fred. They attempted to get her to do sufficient home tasks to pay for her maintain and each day there have been scoldings and tears and tantrums. Margie was once definitely chuffed whilst Agnes got here in a single day and acknowledged that she had a brand new activity and that she and Margie could pass over to big apple to dwell. She jumped up and down yelling, “Goody goody. . . . Oh, Agnes, we’re going to get wealthy. ” “A fats chance,” acknowledged Agnes, “but besides it’ll be higher than being a servant. ” They gave their trunks and luggage to an expressman and went over to long island at the el after which uptown at the subway. The streets of the uptown West facet regarded amazingly large and large and sunny to Margie. They have been going to dwell with the Francinis in a bit condominium at the nook at the similar block with the bakery they ran on Amsterdam road the place Agnes used to be going to paintings. that they had a small room for the 2 of them however it had a canarybird in a cage and many crops within the window and the Francinis have been either one of them fats and jolly and so they had brownies with icing on them at each meal. Mrs. Francini used to be Grandma Fisher’s sister. They didn’t allow Margie play with the opposite young ones at the block; the Francinis acknowledged it wasn’t a secure block for little ladies. She in basic terms bought out as soon as per week and that used to be Sunday night, all people continuously needed to cross over to the force and stroll as much as Grant’s Tomb and again. It made her legs soreness to stroll so slowly alongside the crowded streets the best way the Francinis did. All summer season she wanted for a couple of rollerskates, however the method the Francinis talked and how the nuns observed hazards made her scared to move out at the streets by myself. What she was once so afraid of she didn’t rather be aware of. She loved it, notwithstanding, supporting Agnes and the Francinis within the bakery. That fall she went again to the convent. One afternoon quickly after she’d long past again from the Christmas vacations Agnes came to visit to determine her; the minute Margie went within the door of the viewers’ parlor she observed that Agnes’s eyes have been pink and requested what was once the problem. issues had replaced dreadfully on the bakery. terrible Mr. Francini had fallen useless in the course of his baking from a stroke and Mrs. Francini used to be going out to the rustic to stay with Uncle Joe Fisher. “And then there’s whatever else,” Agnes stated and smiled and blushed. “But I can’t inform you approximately it now. You mustn’t imagine that bad Agnes is undesirable and depraved yet I couldn’t stand it being so lonely. ” Margie jumped up and down. “Oh, goody, Fred’s get back. ” “No, darling, it’s now not that,” Agnes stated and kissed her and went away. That Easter Margie needed to remain on the convent throughout the holiday. Agnes wrote she didn’t have anywhere to take her simply then. there have been different women there and it was once particularly enjoyable. Then sooner or later Agnes came around to get her to head out, bringing in a field correct from the shop a brand new darkblue gown and a bit straw hat with purple plant life on it.