February 17, 1932

Wed., 17  Snowing at rising time. Morning devotions. Make a corn-starch cup pudding. Mend a little. Iron a little. Driftwind. 2 copies & a card from Walter Coates. Bennington Banner with poem “Born to Die.” Sharp north wind & sunshine following storm. The bird is much in evidence, stays a long time. No callers to-day. Send Gertrude a birthday greeting.

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