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exquisite voice and a lovely smile. He made the play entirely - for his leading lady is the kind I don't like & the others were far from perfection. He made the cutest wouldbe drunken man - a buffoon, but always preserving the sympathy of his audience & his sweet simple youthfulness - which is his charm just now. Papa thinks he is going to be "great" - Perhaps so, if he's not spoiled. He was called out so many times. Dec. 17. Friday A cool bright morning. I rode Diana. It began snowing a little while I was at lunch - grew into a storm & then changed to rain & was "beastly" by night. I shopped a little & spent the evening cozily by the fire at home. - Our gas log from Behns. Dec. 18. Sat. Wintry - shopped continually - J.W. is having lots of fun doing up a parcel (a brooch) for his wife in paper after paper - box after box and no end of sealing wax, ribbon & twine - with mottoes "I must remain a stranger to you for a little while" etc. put in - & candy men & animals & all-day - suckers & articles worked "1¢" & lozenges. etc. "J.G. & Anna" are still in N.Y. Dec. 19. Sun. Got up to a nine o'clock breakfast. Snowy & cold & wintry & nice. Con came around in his wheel. Had 4 falls


exquisite voice and a lovely smile. He made the play entirely - for his leading lady is the kind I don't like & the others were far from perfection. He made the cutest wouldbe drunken man - a buffoon, but always preserving the sympathy of his audience & his sweet simple youthfulness - which is his charm just now. Papa thinks he is going to be "great" - Perhaps so, if he's not spoiled. He was called out so many times. Dec. 17. Friday A cool bright morning. I rode Diana. It began snowing a little while I was at lunch - grew into a storm & then changed to rain & was "beastly" by night. I shopped a little & spent the evening cozily by the fire at home. - Our gas log from Behns. Dec. 18. Sat. Wintry - shopped continually - J.W. is having lots of fun doing up a parcel (a brooch) for his wife in paper after paper - box after box and no end of sealing wax, ribbon & twine - with mottoes "I must remain a stranger to you for a little while" etc. put in - & candy men & animals & all-day - suckers & articles worked "1¢" & lozenges. etc. "J.G. & Anna" are still in N.Y. Dec. 19. Sun. Got up to a nine o'clock breakfast. Snowy & cold & wintry & nice. Con came around in his wheel. Had 4 falls


exquisite voice and a lovely smile. He made the play entirely - for his leading lady is the kind I don't like & the others were far from perfection. He made the cutest wouldbe drunken man - a buffoon, but always preserving the sympathy of his audience & his sweet simple youthfulness - which is his charm just now. Papa thinks he is going to be "great" - Perhaps so, if he's not spoiled. He was called out so many times. Dec. 17. Friday A cool bright morning. I rode Diana. It began snowing a little while I was at lunch - grew into a storm & then changed to rain & was "beastly" by night. I shopped a little & spent the evening cozily by the fire at home. - Our gas log from Behns. Dec. 18. Sat. Wintry - shopped continually - J.W. is having lots of fun doing up a parcel (a brooch) for his wife in paper after paper - box after box and no end of sealing wax, ribbon & twine - with mottoes "I must remain a stranger to you for a little while" etc. put in - & candy men & animals & all-day - suckers & articles worked "1¢" & lozenges. etc. "J.G. & Anna" are still in N.Y. Dec. 19. Sun. Got up to a nine o'clock breakfast. Snowy & cold & wintry & nice. Con came around in his wheel. Had 4 falls

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