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126MAY 5 Thurs 1910 Lovely sunny day, but cold. Met Mary & Bess (in new suits) B. has written to Cape Cod, engaging room for me Aug. 8. Visited with Mrs. Pringle a little while tonight. Father read to us. Fri 1911 Lovely day. Harriette
went to lunch with Mrs. Hubbard & this p.m. they took Mother auto=ing & stopped for me at 3:30. We went later to Claude's tea (on the lawn) to the Lyceum players - (see mem.) It was lovely). Later I walked to our church & had supper with Mother & then she and I went down & called on Edith J. (& Miss Hosey, of course)
Sun 1912 Rain some but lovely smelling bud bursting spring. I changed furniture all around. Put a side seat in the den &c. Went to Claude's to dinner - Chan up & feeling better but in a dark room. Mrs. Willard is leaving to go "demonstrating" (at $75 a month expenses) & Mary
says she'll stay. A trained nurse came to take care of Chan. Nana left this a.m. Mother & I walked home (thro' the park) & I read, wrote & visited Marguerite.
Mon 1913 Such a gorgeous Spring! Lovely weather all the time. Claude's house is beautifully fixed up. Jim is to have a beautiful new one. Mother & I are so comfortable here. We all ought to be happy. I like my den room best of all of them. Tues 1914 Pouring rain! but Mother & Mrs. Baker entertained the Autumn Chapter at the Chapter Room YWCA. Ruth
came down & made coffee &c. and Lura & I waited on the 15 ladies about 4:45. It rained harder and harder and at a little before 6 Jim "rode" us home. flinch tonight

126MAY 5 Thurs 1910 Lovely sunny day, but cold. Met Mary & Bess (in new suits) B. has written to Cape Cod, engaging room for me Aug. 8. Visited with Mrs. Pringle a little while tonight. Father read to us. Fri 1911 Lovely day. Harriette
went to lunch with Mrs. Hubbard & this p.m. they took Mother auto=ing & stopped for me at 3:30. We went later to Claude's tea (on the lawn) to the Lyceum players - (see mem.) It was lovely). Later I walked to our church & had supper with Mother & then she and I went down & called on Edith J. (& Miss Hosey, of course)
Sun 1912 Rain some but lovely smelling bud bursting spring. I changed furniture all around. Put a side seat in the den &c. Went to Claude's to dinner - Chan up & feeling better but in a dark room. Mrs. Willard is leaving to go "demonstrating" (at $75 a month expenses) & Mary
says she'll stay. A trained nurse came to take care of Chan. Nana left this a.m. Mother & I walked home (thro' the park) & I read, wrote & visited Marguerite.
Mon 1913 Such a gorgeous Spring! Lovely weather all the time. Claude's house is beautifully fixed up. Jim is to have a beautiful new one. Mother & I are so comfortable here. We all ought to be happy. I like my den room best of all of them. Tues 1914 Pouring rain! but Mother & Mrs. Baker entertained the Autumn Chapter at the Chapter Room YWCA. Ruth
came down & made coffee &c. and Lura & I waited on the 15 ladies about 4:45. It rained harder and harder and at a little before 6 Jim "rode" us home. flinch tonight

126MAY 5 Thurs 1910 Lovely sunny day, but cold. Met Mary & Bess (in new suits) B. has written to Cape Cod, engaging room for me Aug. 8. Visited with Mrs. Pringle a little while tonight. Father read to us. Fri 1911 Lovely day. Harriette
went to lunch with Mrs. Hubbard & this p.m. they took Mother auto=ing & stopped for me at 3:30. We went later to Claude's tea (on the lawn) to the Lyceum players - (see mem.) It was lovely). Later I walked to our church & had supper with Mother & then she and I went down & called on Edith J. (& Miss Hosey, of course)
Sun 1912 Rain some but lovely smelling bud bursting spring. I changed furniture all around. Put a side seat in the den &c. Went to Claude's to dinner - Chan up & feeling better but in a dark room. Mrs. Willard is leaving to go "demonstrating" (at $75 a month expenses) & Mary
says she'll stay. A trained nurse came to take care of Chan. Nana left this a.m. Mother & I walked home (thro' the park) & I read, wrote & visited Marguerite.
Mon 1913 Such a gorgeous Spring! Lovely weather all the time. Claude's house is beautifully fixed up. Jim is to have a beautiful new one. Mother & I are so comfortable here. We all ought to be happy. I like my den room best of all of them. Tues 1914 Pouring rain! but Mother & Mrs. Baker entertained the Autumn Chapter at the Chapter Room YWCA. Ruth
came down & made coffee &c. and Lura & I waited on the 15 ladies about 4:45. It rained harder and harder and at a little before 6 Jim "rode" us home. flinch tonight
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