June. 25 Sun.
A pleasant morning. Up early
(didn't sleep much) Breakfast at 8 & then went right to the
was there and announced the birth of a son to Theodore
- Friday night - !
is home visiting his "intended" (10 yrs.
older) in Brooklyn. Got some papers, (which
announced us heiresses) a Pullman & took it very easy coming home.
Lunched & dined with dining car - Enjoyed the scenery much and in
all had a comfortable day, tho' the p.m was hot.
Jun. 26. Mon.
Reached home at nine and
Papa & the cats (& we)
were glad. A hard thunder storm came up but
it made no difference to me. I went dead asleep & didn't wake till
8 this morning. Found it much cooler & cloudy, with some rain - Lots of
cash accounting ( Mother & I
"net" $77.20 a piece, so far) and to the bank this p.m. & got a
fine raincoat (at $15.00, reduced from 19.75 and from 25.00!) and so on -
but missed the shampoo I wanted. Unpacked, laundried, packed again,
wrote &c. &c. Claude
tonight - the dear! Zozie purred a lot. Now
must go bye-bye for tomorrow's journey.
June 27 Tues.
A lovely morning. Cool enough
- pretty with clouds. Didn't get up very early "considering", but we
got started in time for the 8:50 train. I stopped for film. Saw Mr. & Mrs. A.O.
Bunnell at the station, also Ed Koeppe
and Mr. McNeil, the singer & a lot others.