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June 13, 1932

Mon., 13  Morning devotions.  Sort papers. Do the morning work. Write Helen & Gertrude. Finish my summer silk.

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June 6, 1932

Mon., 6  Morning devotions.  Sort papers. Morning work & dinner. Make the sleeves to my summer silk.

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May 23, 1932

Mon., 23  Morning devotions.  Grace goes to Burlington with Otis & a car full of plants to lay out a garden for the Holts. I sort Sunday papers & do a little more cleaning in the Pantry. Work a little … Continue reading

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May 16, 1932

Mon., 16  Morning devotions.  Another warm day. Sort papers & magazines. Write Anna & Gertrude. Type a poem for Hindley.

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April 22, 1932

Fri., 22  Morning devotions. Another day of sunshine. Make a cup pudding for dinner. Ride to N.H. Junction & return. Letter from Anna. Mrs. Brown comes in for a little visit. Work a little on the window collection of papers, … Continue reading

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April 4, 1932

Mon., 4  Morning devotions. A day of sunshine. The mocking-bird stays around till afternoon. Sort the Sunday papers, clean 2 cupboard shelves. Wash napkins & stockings. Mend stockings. Letter from Ruth. She arrived at Anna’s at 1-30 Saturday. Rained all … Continue reading

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March 14, 1932

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

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