February 12, 1932

Fri., 12  Morning devotions. A gorgeous day.  Make an apple pie, do the morning work and get dinner. Tuttle goes to Midd (sic) & takes me along. I am parked in the sunshine where I can watch the traffic which doesn’t amount to much. Make mincemeat and shampoo my head. Letter from Anna.  Earl Kelly writes.  Accepts “Metre.”  Send “Born to Die” to Bennington Banner and St. Albans Messenger.  A slap from the Free Press, my last one, for I am sure now that their attitude is personally antagonistic, which is certainly a mystery. Mansfield stands out against the sky.

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