June 21, 1932

Tues., 21  Morning devotions.  Dumas washes & together we do the ironing. Clouds hang dark all day with an occasional sprinkle of rain. Write Lulu & Edgar & Uncle Bill. Dark & bedtime come early. This is the first day of summer & the longest of the year. The roses are beautiful & the vines have sprays of soft pink & white. Poor, poor Ruth!

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