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Tag Archives: Bertha Lewis
Wed., 18 Morning devotions. Grace returns the dainty bedspread Ruth selected because I cannot afford to have it. Poor, poor Ruth! Write Helen. Clean 2 upper pantry sleves. Sew a little but my finger will not keep a thimble on. … Continue reading
Sun., 24 A day of sunshine. Mocking bird with us. A veal pot-pie for dinner. Grace attends church. I write the Bulletin to the children. Miss Bertha Lewis calls.
Wed., 16 Morning devotions. Mansfield visible. Wind keen. Sun bright & I sit on the back porch to mend which is good & plenty. The bird much in evidence. Finish another version of his poems & enclose his picture to … Continue reading
Sat., 27 Morning devotions. A beautiful cloudless morning. Foster Danyow tears up the bathroom. It is in bad shape for over Sunday. Bertha Lewis comes, also Mary Ross. Bullpouts for dinner. Letters from Gertrude & John Farrar. Do some mending.
Tues., 23 Letter from Anna at last. Morning devotions. Dumas washes, irons some & does the work generally. Ben comes in as we sit down to dinner after which he goes to Bristol Pond for specimens. I have a heart … Continue reading