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1895.
and when we came to go there was moonlight outdoors. They suggested a moonlight ride to the Lake tomorrow night - and it was planned. Was invited to a "cold hen" supper at Ned's & church afterward - but did not accept. N. told me domestic troubles - of hers & brides & grooms & the others! devoted some time after supper to N.Y. papers. Nov. 4. Mon. A lovely Indian summer day - warm & sweet. I attended to business till five. Then told Martha's fortunes! After tea I walked & talked - to Plymouth Church and then Diana carried me - flying - to Ned's all primed for a spin. An hour in her studio-boudoir and another up and down the pavements by "pale moonlight" & still our Davises did not come. We two rode the Length of Lake Ave. pavement - beside otherwheres - and at nine I flew home - without dismounting. The moon was just casting off the filmy veil which she'd been wearing and came forth most gorgeously. I lay prone on the couch an hour while Papa read aloud to Mother and me - and then to bed!

1895.
and when we came to go there was moonlight outdoors. They suggested a moonlight ride to the Lake tomorrow night - and it was planned. Was invited to a "cold hen" supper at Ned's & church afterward - but did not accept. N. told me domestic troubles - of hers & brides & grooms & the others! devoted some time after supper to N.Y. papers. Nov. 4. Mon. A lovely Indian summer day - warm & sweet. I attended to business till five. Then told Martha's fortunes! After tea I walked & talked - to Plymouth Church and then Diana carried me - flying - to Ned's all primed for a spin. An hour in her studio-boudoir and another up and down the pavements by "pale moonlight" & still our Davises did not come. We two rode the Length of Lake Ave. pavement - beside otherwheres - and at nine I flew home - without dismounting. The moon was just casting off the filmy veil which she'd been wearing and came forth most gorgeously. I lay prone on the couch an hour while Papa read aloud to Mother and me - and then to bed!

1895.
and when we came to go there was moonlight outdoors. They suggested a moonlight ride to the Lake tomorrow night - and it was planned. Was invited to a "cold hen" supper at Ned's & church afterward - but did not accept. N. told me domestic troubles - of hers & brides & grooms & the others! devoted some time after supper to N.Y. papers. Nov. 4. Mon. A lovely Indian summer day - warm & sweet. I attended to business till five. Then told Martha's fortunes! After tea I walked & talked - to Plymouth Church and then Diana carried me - flying - to Ned's all primed for a spin. An hour in her studio-boudoir and another up and down the pavements by "pale moonlight" & still our Davises did not come. We two rode the Length of Lake Ave. pavement - beside otherwheres - and at nine I flew home - without dismounting. The moon was just casting off the filmy veil which she'd been wearing and came forth most gorgeously. I lay prone on the couch an hour while Papa read aloud to Mother and me - and then to bed!
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