Tag Archives: “Ripples”

July 19, 1932

Tues., 19   Morning devotions. Write Helen. Letter from Maxwell Orr, co-editor with Earl Kelley, on “Ripples.” A gorgeous day. Dumas washes & irons. George & Wilma, Grace’s helpers, make 5 pieces for the Collette funeral. Mend, etc. Make a … Continue reading

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May 7, 1932

Sat., 7  Morning devotions.  A heavy fog this morning, which clears. Bird still here, but I think he’s letting the blue birds have the box in the tree. He doesn’t want any bird around but himself. Letter from Anna, also … Continue reading

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February 9, 1932

Tues.,   9  Sunshine. Zero weather. Morning devotions.   Letter from Helen. “The bird”  still with us.  He drives the smaller birds away.  Write Helen & Mrs. Wright. Write Earl Kelly. Send him a subscription to “Ripples” and 2 poems. … Continue reading

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