Tag Archives: Hindley

May 9, 1933

Tues., 9   Morning devotions. Dumas washes. I help on the ironing while she sweeps 2 chambers. Clouds look like rain. Letter from Helen. Henrietta comes out late. Grace goes with Otis to Brandon with a truck load of plants. … Continue reading

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April 24, 1933

Mon., 24   Morning devotions.  Wash wool underwear & stockings. The day is so nice I hang them in the clothes pen. Look over MSS. Hindley prints my verse on “Spring” & “Winter,” which he has put together to suit … Continue reading

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March 28, 1933

Tues., 28   Morning devotions. Make a cup pudding. Do dishes, etc. Keep busy until dinner. Have a nap after dinner then write on my autobiography. Lillian Davis gives a little call. Dumas washes, mops kitchen, irons a little. Hindley … Continue reading

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March 17, 1933

Fri., 17   Morning devotions. Wash Grace’s wool dress. Make an applesauce cake. Grace goes down town & hence I have a new supply of stamps. A little sunshine but mostly clouds. Send a poem to Hindley, “The Mountains.”  Worked … Continue reading

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December 7, 1932

Wed., 7   Morning devotions. Not feeling very well. Write Ben, Mrs. Davenport & send a clipping to Hindley. Also an order to Sears & Roebuck. Also my photograph to Mrs. Taylor in Richford. Sunny morning & clouds over at night.

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November 18, 1932

Fri., 18  Morning devotions. Cold. Do the housework. Quite cold at night. Do a little mending for Grace. Write Hindley & Ben. The things hung on the line freeze solid.

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November 14, 1932

Mon., 14  Morning devotions. Sort papers. Do the morning work & get dinner. Type poem “The Cross” for Hindley. Write Anna. Mary Stone & Mrs. Strong come to rehearse with Grace. Raw, cold South wind all day.

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