March 22, 1932

Tues., 22  Morning devotions. The ground is white with snow & more falling. Enough so the snow plow is out. Make a pineapple pie, do the morning work & get dinner. Always enough exercise for one day. Henrietta comes, Warner also, but he goes home with Karl’s hired man, who takes a sleigh. Henrietta & Grace go downstreet to-gether. I mend a little more. Letters from Ben & Helen. One for Hindley, asking about the mockingbird, which I answer. The bird sits in the pear tree nearly all the forenoon.

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