June 2, 1929 and “In June”

Sun., 2  Raw & cold. Get dinner & Karl, Henrietta & Warner come. Have fish & a big strawberry shortcake. Grace attends church. The Fisher girls call. Write the Bulletin & read a little.

 

Perhaps the “Fisher girls” were relatives of Henry?

And here is a poem from Green Mountain Echoes:

 

IN JUNE

I do not sigh for the Golden Streets

Or long for the Crystal Sea,

For my heart is thralled

By a golden bird

That sings in an apple tree.

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