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1897
when I went there that it made me faint & sick - but I managed to get home & to the sofa - where I spent a good deal of the day. Slept a couple of hours before supper & felt much better in the evening. Sewed & Papa read aloud. Mch 11. Thurs.
Cyclom. 2570
A beautiful spring day. The ice broke up yesterday or day before & they are cleaning the streets and its as much like spring as it was April 5th last year. Saw Ned this noon & walked up with Marytwice & called on Lura & met Helen Davis at noon- & Frank - and saw Dr. Scranton, who "thinks he may have to take off that crown & treat the tooth"! - Monster! Before supper I got down Diana & pumped her up &c. and rode her over to "gym" tonight. Only Miss Kernine, Miss Englehardt, Rose & I were there (& visitors!) & we had lots of fun. Played bean bags &c. and Rose told some funny stories. She was hilarious. I walked over to the corner of Spring & Fitzhugh St. with her. Ned was entertaining Will. Read Harper's Weekly (Administration No.) later. March 12. Friday Mary's birthday. Bleak. Too much so for bicycling. Tonight there was a small blizzard. Will (H.O.) and Ned came up and spent the evening till nearly eleven! He is the same as ever and Ned is "meek and mild." She & I sent Mary "Saint Anthony". Mch. 13. Saturday. Pleasanter, but still cold. Went in to see Lura this noon. Tonight met Edith and Emma, as I

1897
when I went there that it made me faint & sick - but I managed to get home & to the sofa - where I spent a good deal of the day. Slept a couple of hours before supper & felt much better in the evening. Sewed & Papa read aloud. Mch 11. Thurs.
Cyclom. 2570
A beautiful spring day. The ice broke up yesterday or day before & they are cleaning the streets and its as much like spring as it was April 5th last year. Saw Ned this noon & walked up with Marytwice & called on Lura & met Helen Davis at noon- & Frank - and saw Dr. Scranton, who "thinks he may have to take off that crown & treat the tooth"! - Monster! Before supper I got down Diana & pumped her up &c. and rode her over to "gym" tonight. Only Miss Kernine, Miss Englehardt, Rose & I were there (& visitors!) & we had lots of fun. Played bean bags &c. and Rose told some funny stories. She was hilarious. I walked over to the corner of Spring & Fitzhugh St. with her. Ned was entertaining Will. Read Harper's Weekly (Administration No.) later. March 12. Friday Mary's birthday. Bleak. Too much so for bicycling. Tonight there was a small blizzard. Will (H.O.) and Ned came up and spent the evening till nearly eleven! He is the same as ever and Ned is "meek and mild." She & I sent Mary "Saint Anthony". Mch. 13. Saturday. Pleasanter, but still cold. Went in to see Lura this noon. Tonight met Edith and Emma, as I

1897
when I went there that it made me faint & sick - but I managed to get home & to the sofa - where I spent a good deal of the day. Slept a couple of hours before supper & felt much better in the evening. Sewed & Papa read aloud. Mch 11. Thurs.
Cyclom. 2570
A beautiful spring day. The ice broke up yesterday or day before & they are cleaning the streets and its as much like spring as it was April 5th last year. Saw Ned this noon & walked up with Marytwice & called on Lura & met Helen Davis at noon- & Frank - and saw Dr. Scranton, who "thinks he may have to take off that crown & treat the tooth"! - Monster! Before supper I got down Diana & pumped her up &c. and rode her over to "gym" tonight. Only Miss Kernine, Miss Englehardt, Rose & I were there (& visitors!) & we had lots of fun. Played bean bags &c. and Rose told some funny stories. She was hilarious. I walked over to the corner of Spring & Fitzhugh St. with her. Ned was entertaining Will. Read Harper's Weekly (Administration No.) later. March 12. Friday Mary's birthday. Bleak. Too much so for bicycling. Tonight there was a small blizzard. Will (H.O.) and Ned came up and spent the evening till nearly eleven! He is the same as ever and Ned is "meek and mild." She & I sent Mary "Saint Anthony". Mch. 13. Saturday. Pleasanter, but still cold. Went in to see Lura this noon. Tonight met Edith and Emma, as I
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