April 15, 1929

Mon., 15  Morning devotions. Have a poor day but get along nicely. Receive a book of poems by Henry Van Dyke   from Miss Miles & the Song Book I sent for, full of the best poetry by famous authors. Letter from Ruth. Cannot do any of the things I planned for to-day.

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