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quite funny. Charlotte said "Now you know how it feels to be an heiress!" We played "stop" then told fortunes over cookies & wedding cake and didn't go home till after eleven. The doctor escorted Mary and me - more nice moonlight and one tired girl, at least! Jan. 23. Sat. More blizzard. Busy of course. Lunched with Ned at the Thomas' this noon discussed Europe, posters and the Kinners
& Rose's gown. Walked up with Edith. Mrs J.W. was in again. We met her Monday - and "Flip", the dog, She is quite stunning and answers the description we hear. J.G. "didn't do a thing"! Tonight I found a batch of fruits from Mrs. Graham and a perfect and therefore lovely - picture of Charlotte Iles - a "speaking likeness". Spent most of the evening writing to her. Jan 24. Sun A very cold day. Fussed, read, blue printed, &c. &c. all day. Ned & Edith came up after dinner. I got dressed (before that!) we took each other's pictures with Edith's (Elsie
's) camera. About five Ned & I started for Davis's. Edith rode down town with us. Helen D. wasn't home yet, but the rest of the family and Louis Saunders were - Helen came soon & we had a nice time & visit - home made chocolate drops and a nice supper - egg sandwiches &c. Afterwards Charlotte played & we had singing and finally got into a dis-

1897.
quite funny. Charlotte said "Now you know how it feels to be an heiress!" We played "stop" then told fortunes over cookies & wedding cake and didn't go home till after eleven. The doctor escorted Mary and me - more nice moonlight and one tired girl, at least! Jan. 23. Sat. More blizzard. Busy of course. Lunched with Ned at the Thomas' this noon discussed Europe, posters and the Kinners
& Rose's gown. Walked up with Edith. Mrs J.W. was in again. We met her Monday - and "Flip", the dog, She is quite stunning and answers the description we hear. J.G. "didn't do a thing"! Tonight I found a batch of fruits from Mrs. Graham and a perfect and therefore lovely - picture of Charlotte Iles - a "speaking likeness". Spent most of the evening writing to her. Jan 24. Sun A very cold day. Fussed, read, blue printed, &c. &c. all day. Ned & Edith came up after dinner. I got dressed (before that!) we took each other's pictures with Edith's (Elsie
's) camera. About five Ned & I started for Davis's. Edith rode down town with us. Helen D. wasn't home yet, but the rest of the family and Louis Saunders were - Helen came soon & we had a nice time & visit - home made chocolate drops and a nice supper - egg sandwiches &c. Afterwards Charlotte played & we had singing and finally got into a dis-

1897.
quite funny. Charlotte said "Now you know how it feels to be an heiress!" We played "stop" then told fortunes over cookies & wedding cake and didn't go home till after eleven. The doctor escorted Mary and me - more nice moonlight and one tired girl, at least! Jan. 23. Sat. More blizzard. Busy of course. Lunched with Ned at the Thomas' this noon discussed Europe, posters and the Kinners
& Rose's gown. Walked up with Edith. Mrs J.W. was in again. We met her Monday - and "Flip", the dog, She is quite stunning and answers the description we hear. J.G. "didn't do a thing"! Tonight I found a batch of fruits from Mrs. Graham and a perfect and therefore lovely - picture of Charlotte Iles - a "speaking likeness". Spent most of the evening writing to her. Jan 24. Sun A very cold day. Fussed, read, blue printed, &c. &c. all day. Ned & Edith came up after dinner. I got dressed (before that!) we took each other's pictures with Edith's (Elsie
's) camera. About five Ned & I started for Davis's. Edith rode down town with us. Helen D. wasn't home yet, but the rest of the family and Louis Saunders were - Helen came soon & we had a nice time & visit - home made chocolate drops and a nice supper - egg sandwiches &c. Afterwards Charlotte played & we had singing and finally got into a dis-
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