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April 17, 1932

Sun., 17  renew gargle  (sic)  No devotions but a Fosdick sermon to-night. Snowing hard all morning & the ground is white. Mocking bird comes back. We are alone at a chicken dinner. Charlie Ruscoe working for Grace. Write penscript letters … Continue reading

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April 13, 1932

Wed. 13  Morning devotions. Make a tapioca pudding. Dumas has a big wash. The wind blows a gale & squalls of snow in between. The clothes are brought in & we finish drying them in the house. She irons & … Continue reading

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April 1, 1932

Fri., 1  No 2    Morning devotions.  Snowing & everything white & clean. The sun comes out & the snow vanishes. Make a custard pie which cooks too long.  O dear!  Letter from Anna. Muzzy’s book comes out. It is … Continue reading

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March 22, 1932

Tues., 22  Morning devotions. The ground is white with snow & more falling. Enough so the snow plow is out. Make a pineapple pie, do the morning work & get dinner. Always enough exercise for one day. Henrietta comes, Warner … Continue reading

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March 19, 1932

Sat., 19  Morning devotions. Dumas doing the work & finishing the ironing. Make an apple pie for tomorrow. Have a long nap after dinner, read the papers, mend a little. Clean & cook a chicken. Working on a poem. Snows … Continue reading

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March 17, 1932

Thurs., 17   No 2   Morning devotions.  A beautiful night’s sleep. Make 2 mince pies. Clouds. A flurry of snow last night, lost in the stubble. Letter from Stanton Muzzy regarding his forthcoming book. Karl & Henrietta call. I … Continue reading

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March 1, 1932

Tues., 1  Morning devotions. Storm of winter snow. With the boiler on the stove & the soiled clothes on the kitchen  (sic) Dumas decides not to come. Letters from Ruth, Helen, Mrs. Laughton & the editor of “Verse Craft.” I … Continue reading

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