March 28, 1932

Mon., 28 Morning devotions. Do the morning work & get dinner. A fierce storm which keeps up all day with the wind blowing a gale and the window panes darkened with the snow that clings to them. We keep changing the saucers for the mocking bird. They fill with snow. He comes to eat but a lot of other birds can find nothing. Letter from Gertrude which I answer & write Hattie. The wind snaps off a tree in Bristol’s grove which falls across the roadway. The road men come after dark with 3 cars & a plow. They clear the road.

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