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Sat., 16 Morning devotions. A fine hay day & all the farmers taking advantage of it. Make a cherry pie. Finish canning the cherries. Have 20 cans. Get dinner, a strawberry shortcake. Letter from Gertrude. Clean & cook a chicken. … Continue reading
Tues., May 24 (got hay) Ashton is experimenting with parentheses.
Mon., May 23 Planted Petaptoes alone Peter and Father went to the farm and got hay. Another example of Ashton’s creative spelling!
Sat., May 14 spread manure on Greens lot in AM (Peter) plowed his garden and I drew loads of Peter & Mr. Henry and J. Kingly. Ashton’s parentheses–I think Ashton, like his father, was not of a literary bent.