January 4, 1929

Fri., 4  Sunshine & a glorious sunset. Make a custard pie. Hang out the clothes Dumas left in a pan. They get dry & I bring them in. Letters from Edgar & Ruth, who reached her destination in safety. Mend stockings, help get dinner, etc. Helen & I go out on the porch in the sunshine, with the typewriter. She helps me type. I have a heart attack & another before I get to bed. Have been taking cold all day.

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