April 27, Wed., 27 Morning devotions. Sew a little more on my dress. Grace goes down town among other places to Mrs. Rivers with her jacket to be made over. Several snow storms today, with hail left in the window boxes & ice on the porch steps. George Chilson calls on business. A weird yellow sunset. The shadow of the house reaches half across Bristol’s meadow. Write Helen, and Wrightman Melton, Georgia editor.1932

Wed., 27 Morning devotions. Sew a little more on my dress. Grace goes down town among other places to Mrs. Rivers with her jacket to be made over. Several snow storms today, with hail left in the window boxes & ice on the porch steps. George Chilson calls on business. A weird yellow sunset. The shadow of the house reaches half across Bristol’s meadow. Write Helen, and Wightman Melton, Georgia editor.

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