A day in the 1920s part 2
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I can only imagine what a rally would look like, because my mom says that 15 years is too young to go to a rally. I really don't understand why she will not let me, because she wants the ability to vote as well.
After about 3 hours on the train, I finally reached the city, where I met up with Dorthey's Dad. He picked me up in his brand new Ford! As we drove through town, I was amazed at all the cars we could see! I have never seen so many cars in my life!
When we arrived at Dorthey's house, I met her mom in the entryway reading the Great Gatspy. She says that it is the most interesting book she has ever read, so I am putting it on my book list now. After a nice chat about her new job at the factory, I headed up to Dorthey's room.
Unfortunitly, by the time I reached Dorthey's room she was already sound asleep, so that is why I am writing in my diary. It is so cool, because I am able to write to ELECTRIC light, not candlelight like at home! Her house has electricity, unlike my farm house! So cool! Well, I guess I should be getting to bed, goodnight!
Dear Diary, It is another night, and another day has passed. When we woke up this morning, Dorthey and I headed downstairs to find her mom making waffles with this thing called a waffle iron and she used a blender thing to mix them. Those waffles were certainly the Bee's knees! I have never seen anything like them!
While we were eating out waffles, we got on the interesting topic of school. I told her about how we had only one textbook per class to share between twenty students, and she was shocked! She shared with me that at her school everyone had textbooks, and that the government provided plenty of funding for them. It was a very shocking breakfast indeed!
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