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The washwoman goes to the family's house to get their laundry.
The washwoman lives far away from the family's house but she doesn't let anything stop her from doing her job. She's very hardworking.
The washwoman washes the clothes and then takes it back 2 weeks later. She then takes another load of laundry.
Age and money don't define happiness.
Even though she's very old she keeps on working until she dies.
The washwoman doesn't have bitterness towards her son even though he treats her badly.
The washwoman has a rich son who is ashamed of her. Even though the washwoman doesn't get invited to her son's wedding she still shows up and sees her son lead the bride to the altar.
The washwoman gets very ill and can't return the laundry. The family is worried. The washwoman returns the laundry months later.
The washwoman is loyal to her job. She tells the family she couldn't die knowing her job wasn't done.
The washwoman dies. She dies happily and in peace because she knows she has finished her job.
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