- From the H. Sheldon Museum
- From the Vergennes Historical Society
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Sat., 22 Morning devotions. A full busy day. Make an apple pie for to-morrow. Clean a chicken. Cook marmalade & put into 29 half pint jars, wash and label them. Letters from Gertrude & Anna. Get tired, but Tuttle takes … Continue reading
Fri., 16 Morning devotions. Clouds but no rain. Make an apple pie. Henrietta comes for Helen & me. We enjoy a nice dinner. Lie down after dinner. I sleep two hours. Then Henrietta takes us to the Orvis cemetery, the … Continue reading
Sun., 7 A good sermon from Montreal. We are alone for dinner. Grace does not attend church, but rests instead. Write Gertrude, Anna & Helen.
Tues., 19 Morning devotions. Make a mince pie & get dinner. Do not feel lively so I am keeping quiet. Dumas does the work & cleans 2 chambers, also makes curtains. Send MS. “Homeward” to Macmillan. Mend a little. … Continue reading
Mon., 14 No. 3 Morning devotions. “Sitting pretty” ie I’m just trying to get a little human feeling into myself instead of taking medicine. Sort letters & papers. Beside the morning work & the dinner dishes I sit still. Letter … Continue reading
Sat., 12 Morning devotions. Sunshine. Do the morning work and get dinner. Am thankful to be able to do it. Write Wrightman Melton about the mocking bird. Miss Kittridge & the Brownells call. Write Helen. Take medicine all day until … Continue reading
Tues., 20 Breakfast in bed. A lovely day, the one we planned to go to St. Albans. Keep quiet all day. Dumas washes & irons.