April 13, 1929

Sat. 13  Morning devotions. The out-doors is white with snow, even the wires are coated & every tree looks like fairyland, but there seems no place for the birds to rest. Do up the work, make beds, etc. Mrs. Horsford, Earl Freddie’s mother, is dead. Letter from Gertrude. Dumas does not come at noon. I rather expected her. Book-of-the-Month comes. “Henry VIII”!  Work a little on a table piece. Make an applesauce cake.

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