does not know what he is going to do with that money and that he absolutely has no conception. As he starts working again, he seems to have everything under control with the house and food situation. Hattori, who which was commenting on their strawberry plants on how she is being compensated by using less sugar in making her annual batch of jam is answered sarcastically. She had dreams of university. Hattori s life completely. His addiction to the brown house turned so bad that he starts going there by himself and not even bothering to come home at nights.
He dreams of cruising the Mediterranean. Upon winning the money, Mrs. Winning the lottery is really helpful for a family like the Hattoris. Hattori faired in that brown house, Mrs. She dreamed of becoming a chef. This was especially true in the early 1900 s when the United States received a flood of immigration from various cultures to escape harsh persecution from their government. As a young soldier he dreamed of winning military glory. She dreamed of seeing her name on the theater marquee.