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June 1, 1937

Tues., 1  Morning devotions. Hot and close. I sit up and go to sleep in the chair. Sarah here & Henrietta calls in P.M. Dumas washes and comes up to see me. I am so sick. Advertisements

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December 18, 1933

Mon., 18  In bed today. Sleep a lot. Blue Moon & Driftwind. The sky is clear & the western sky is marvelous. It comes into my room & glorifies it so that I do not want the sun to go … Continue reading

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December 11, 1933

Mon., 11   Morning devotions. Sun shines but the clouds overshadow it and it is not only (blank line sic) I must have gone to sleep as I often do when writing. It is cold!  Cold!  The warmest place & … Continue reading

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December 8, 1933

Fri., 8   Morning devotions. Ruth does the work. I sit still most of the time. Make some small scrap books for Kurn Hattin. How I wish Ruth could have good nourishing food.

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October 8, 1933

Sun., 8  No devotions, no sermon, but a quiet day of rest. Grace attends church & S.S. She has a few outdoor visitors. The Canadian comes to pick up apples. Write Helen & Anna.

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June 16, 1933

Fri., 16   No morning devotions. Only static. Claudette, our new girl, begins work. I rest except getting dinner. Work on Duco puzzle Grace brought from Burlington. The air is a little cool. It looked so like rain this morning, … Continue reading

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June 4, 1933

Sun., 4   A beautiful day, typical of June. Walk in the garden. See the two hummingbirds. They have a nest nearby. The Locusts in blossom are very sweet. Write Anna & Gertrude. Finish the bird sketch for Cummings. Ice … Continue reading

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