April 9, 1926

Fri., 9  Once more the sun shines. The mud is deep & the whole yard on the north side is a mud-hole. Wilma works until noon for Grace. Henrietta comes up for the afternoon. Letter from Anna that they plan to come on Saturday. Kitten still sick. Ruth’s woman brings her some geese feathers (sic) & she makes a pair of pillows for her room. Mable Newton brings up some hat frames & I select one. Ruth digs some parsnips. I clean them in the evening. They are badly eaten.

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