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quite a visit. He is a most entertaining talker. I wrote many notes afterward. Dec. 26. Thurs. Horrid day - Tired too. Mary was in with a sweet picture of little Emily

to show me. This was to have been our Banquet night - but instead Edith, Lura & Mrs. Baker came here to call! J.G.C. sick with sciatica (several days) Dec. 28 Saturday Tonight Miss Flack, Miss Bradshaw & Miss Mc Affrey all went to the hospital with me to see Chandler. He be- haved beautifully - & such a sweet nurse held him while I clipped a lock of his hair. The girls thought him lovely. Tonight I did my accounts for a year! Dec. 29 Sun. Lovely warm morning. I went up to Cro'nest and spent the morning with Jo sorting out dear Char's clothes. Most of them went to the girls - Louise, Mal, Jo & Kath, but some to me and the dear red suit and the shoes to Gertrude. It was a heart-rending thing to do - but fortunately short, as Josie only asked my assent to what she had decided - but it used me up for the rest of the day. After dinner (at home) Mrs. Wetmore called and then dear Gracie Bingham. Claude came at

Chandler. 7lb. 6oz.
dusk - from the hospital. I read old numbers of "Life" &c. Expect Trudy tomorrow. Dec. 30 Mon. Dearest Mother's 70th birthday. I am so sorry that such a milestone should

quite a visit. He is a most entertaining talker. I wrote many notes afterward. Dec. 26. Thurs. Horrid day - Tired too. Mary was in with a sweet picture of little Emily

to show me. This was to have been our Banquet night - but instead Edith, Lura & Mrs. Baker came here to call! J.G.C. sick with sciatica (several days) Dec. 28 Saturday Tonight Miss Flack, Miss Bradshaw & Miss Mc Affrey all went to the hospital with me to see Chandler. He be- haved beautifully - & such a sweet nurse held him while I clipped a lock of his hair. The girls thought him lovely. Tonight I did my accounts for a year! Dec. 29 Sun. Lovely warm morning. I went up to Cro'nest and spent the morning with Jo sorting out dear Char's clothes. Most of them went to the girls - Louise, Mal, Jo & Kath, but some to me and the dear red suit and the shoes to Gertrude. It was a heart-rending thing to do - but fortunately short, as Josie only asked my assent to what she had decided - but it used me up for the rest of the day. After dinner (at home) Mrs. Wetmore called and then dear Gracie Bingham. Claude came at

Chandler. 7lb. 6oz.
dusk - from the hospital. I read old numbers of "Life" &c. Expect Trudy tomorrow. Dec. 30 Mon. Dearest Mother's 70th birthday. I am so sorry that such a milestone should

quite a visit. He is a most entertaining talker. I wrote many notes afterward. Dec. 26. Thurs. Horrid day - Tired too. Mary was in with a sweet picture of little Emily

to show me. This was to have been our Banquet night - but instead Edith, Lura & Mrs. Baker came here to call! J.G.C. sick with sciatica (several days) Dec. 28 Saturday Tonight Miss Flack, Miss Bradshaw & Miss Mc Affrey all went to the hospital with me to see Chandler. He be- haved beautifully - & such a sweet nurse held him while I clipped a lock of his hair. The girls thought him lovely. Tonight I did my accounts for a year! Dec. 29 Sun. Lovely warm morning. I went up to Cro'nest and spent the morning with Jo sorting out dear Char's clothes. Most of them went to the girls - Louise, Mal, Jo & Kath, but some to me and the dear red suit and the shoes to Gertrude. It was a heart-rending thing to do - but fortunately short, as Josie only asked my assent to what she had decided - but it used me up for the rest of the day. After dinner (at home) Mrs. Wetmore called and then dear Gracie Bingham. Claude came at

Chandler. 7lb. 6oz.
dusk - from the hospital. I read old numbers of "Life" &c. Expect Trudy tomorrow. Dec. 30 Mon. Dearest Mother's 70th birthday. I am so sorry that such a milestone should
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