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September 3, 1932

Sat., 3  A cool night.   Morning devotions. Helen does the dishes. I get most of the dinner. Tuttle brings some lovely corn for dinner. Fix a dress & put it on. But read “Stepping Heavenward” by Elizabeth Prentiss, who … Continue reading

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August 21, 1932

Sun., 21  A nice day. Most of a sermon from Montreal. Still it is vacation. Tuttle gives Helen & me a ride. Grace is too busy with her flower work. Mary Ross & Henrietta come at different times but go … Continue reading

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August 6, 1932

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.

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April 1, 1932

Fri., 1  No 2    Morning devotions.  Snowing & everything white & clean. The sun comes out & the snow vanishes. Make a custard pie which cooks too long.  O dear!  Letter from Anna. Muzzy’s book comes out. It is … Continue reading

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March 15, 1932

Tues., 15  Morning devotions. A bitter wind blowing after a cold night, remembering there is no snow.  Three books & poems on “Trees” from the Banner Press at Atlanta, Ga. & a letter from the editor of VerseCraft. Letters from … Continue reading

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February 1, 1932

Mon., Feb. 1  Morning devotions.  A cold night. The bird stays on the porch rail a lot to-day. Grace attends the Forest & Field Club. I make the 3d apron. My poem “Any President” in Rutland Herald. Read “The Hermit … Continue reading

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January 29, 1932

Fri., Jan. 29  Morning devotions and I am 79 years young today.  Make an apple pie.  Ben comes bringing some eggs that his pullets have layed.  Karl & Henrietta come bringing Mrs. Cotey.  Henrietta brings a cake.  Grace, Henrietta & … Continue reading

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