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1895
picture which pleased him. Came home & we had a long and pleasant call from Mrs. Chapin. It was nearly 12 when she went. After our coffee and toast I sent Mama to bed for an hour. Washed the dishes. Put up a kitchen shelf, sewed a little & wrote -& almost took a nap myself. Such a lovely day! May 3. Friday. Lovely day -& warm. Helen came for me at 5 and we went and selected some very swell Persian-blue ground paper for her room at Edith's (the library.) Was late home to supper - we all were. "John N" came. May 4. Sat. Lovely. Leaves coming out fine. Looked up Mary this noon and found her in bed with a broken sprained ankle - fell off of her bicycle Thursday night! She was mad of course and the ankle hurt, too. May 5. Sun. Warm - very warm indeed for May. Did not go to church, but read, etc Rode over to Ed's on "Diana" about 3:30 and found Nina's fever had left her at noon & she was very very weak & the Dr. (Smith) still with her. Dr. Kellogg had been there too. Promised to come over again in the evening.

1895
picture which pleased him. Came home & we had a long and pleasant call from Mrs. Chapin. It was nearly 12 when she went. After our coffee and toast I sent Mama to bed for an hour. Washed the dishes. Put up a kitchen shelf, sewed a little & wrote -& almost took a nap myself. Such a lovely day! May 3. Friday. Lovely day -& warm. Helen came for me at 5 and we went and selected some very swell Persian-blue ground paper for her room at Edith's (the library.) Was late home to supper - we all were. "John N" came. May 4. Sat. Lovely. Leaves coming out fine. Looked up Mary this noon and found her in bed with a broken sprained ankle - fell off of her bicycle Thursday night! She was mad of course and the ankle hurt, too. May 5. Sun. Warm - very warm indeed for May. Did not go to church, but read, etc Rode over to Ed's on "Diana" about 3:30 and found Nina's fever had left her at noon & she was very very weak & the Dr. (Smith) still with her. Dr. Kellogg had been there too. Promised to come over again in the evening.

1895
picture which pleased him. Came home & we had a long and pleasant call from Mrs. Chapin. It was nearly 12 when she went. After our coffee and toast I sent Mama to bed for an hour. Washed the dishes. Put up a kitchen shelf, sewed a little & wrote -& almost took a nap myself. Such a lovely day! May 3. Friday. Lovely day -& warm. Helen came for me at 5 and we went and selected some very swell Persian-blue ground paper for her room at Edith's (the library.) Was late home to supper - we all were. "John N" came. May 4. Sat. Lovely. Leaves coming out fine. Looked up Mary this noon and found her in bed with a broken sprained ankle - fell off of her bicycle Thursday night! She was mad of course and the ankle hurt, too. May 5. Sun. Warm - very warm indeed for May. Did not go to church, but read, etc Rode over to Ed's on "Diana" about 3:30 and found Nina's fever had left her at noon & she was very very weak & the Dr. (Smith) still with her. Dr. Kellogg had been there too. Promised to come over again in the evening.
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