March 29, 1932

Tues., 29  Morning devotions. A day of sunshine. The road men plow out to the Waltham line. Ada Maccabee, who married a Sorrell (can’t spell it) is dead. Also Lizzy Barry, who used to work for Donnelly. Dumas washes & does part of the ironing. The bird is back this morning. The porch is a sunroom this afternoon. Have a nap after dinner. Make a custard pie that is a failure. Letter from Helen, who is still in New Britain. Ruth shovels her way thru the drifts to the garage. The telephone doesn’t work, because the lines  (sic).

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