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Sat., 6 Morning devotions. A clean white page. Too bad to disfigure it. Letters from Gertrude & Hattie. Make 2 pies. Get dinner. Read afterward, besides a nap. Mend stockings. Go out to Henrietta’s after supper.
Thurs., 4 Morning devotions. Clean and white! Clean and white! This page is until I mark it. When the page is left white When the page is left blank I shall be gone (sic). a very nice summer day. Grace … Continue reading
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. … Continue reading