May 19, 1932

Thurs., 19  Morning devotions.  How fair is the blank page before it is written on, so if we might not deface the day with our unworthy record, how satisfactory it would be. Do a little more cleaning in the Pantry. Round & round in a circle my thought comes back to poor Ruth & her terrible illness & the fact that she turns against her friends who want so much to help her. Mrs. Baker calls.

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