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Sun., 10 A lovely cloudless morning. Grace & Shirley attend church. I get dinner. We have a nap, then a ride through Bristol Flats. Stop & see Lee Taylor’s baby, a sweet thing two months old. We have a short … Continue reading
Sun., 3 A nice cool night. A sermon from Montreal. They sing “God Save the King,” which was quite appropriate for the day when U.S. threw off her shackles. Grace attends church, then goes with the children to the Lake. … Continue reading
Sun., 26 No devotions & only a prayer as I am too busy with the dinner to listen. Karl & family & Grace attend church & come home to dinner. I make 2 strawberry shortcakes. Go to ride across Bristol … Continue reading
Wed., 22 Morning devotions. Get dinner. Fix a smock for Grace & do other mending. Send pension check to the Bank, notice to the P.M. Send for a road map. Send check to Lillian Ainsworth. (in the Accounts in … Continue reading
Sun., 5 Letter from Anna. Get a chicken dinner with dumplings & strawberry shortcake. Get tired. Grace attends church. Have a ride, a short call on Hattie Taylor, who tells me Addie has lost her pension. Write Ruth, Helen, Ben … Continue reading
Sun., 1 May day. A soft warm rain falling. Get a chicken dinner. Henrietta comes to help while the rest of the family attend church & S.S. Write Ruth, Gertrude, Ben & Anna. No mocking bird. Letter from Ruth.
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.