May 7, 1932

Sat., 7  Morning devotions.  A heavy fog this morning, which clears. Bird still here, but I think he’s letting the blue birds have the box in the tree. He doesn’t want any bird around but himself. Letter from Anna, also a lovely Mother’s Day greeting, and from Helen, which is enough. Letter from Gertrude. “Ripples” and “the Editor.” Grace has quite a day. Make 2 pies & do the downstairs work. Bristol’s man draws an immense load of manure from Herbert Burroughs farm—a gift to Grace.

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