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May 17. Friday Will was waiting for me on the steps this morning with two tickets to "The Rose Maiden"

He "wants me to hear Miss Richards
sing". Went to Miss Wagner's this noon but she wasn't ready - took my pongee
(from Gramma) for a waist. It poured all day - had a long talk with W. this noon. He told me some of his desperate secrets & confessed a purpose he made me solemly promise not to breathe - as he hadn't told a soul. I tried to advise him - that's what he wanted. He's just like Ned - poor boy- & he realizes it. He flatters me and admires me and I suppose he really means it while he does it. I wonder how I'd take him if I didn't understand him (?) Ned came up at noon & at night. We said good-bye to Mr. Gilmore - who goes to Chicago tomorrow and he ought to have a rest - poor

May 17. Friday Will was waiting for me on the steps this morning with two tickets to "The Rose Maiden"

He "wants me to hear Miss Richards
sing". Went to Miss Wagner's this noon but she wasn't ready - took my pongee
(from Gramma) for a waist. It poured all day - had a long talk with W. this noon. He told me some of his desperate secrets & confessed a purpose he made me solemly promise not to breathe - as he hadn't told a soul. I tried to advise him - that's what he wanted. He's just like Ned - poor boy- & he realizes it. He flatters me and admires me and I suppose he really means it while he does it. I wonder how I'd take him if I didn't understand him (?) Ned came up at noon & at night. We said good-bye to Mr. Gilmore - who goes to Chicago tomorrow and he ought to have a rest - poor

May 17. Friday Will was waiting for me on the steps this morning with two tickets to "The Rose Maiden"

He "wants me to hear Miss Richards
sing". Went to Miss Wagner's this noon but she wasn't ready - took my pongee
(from Gramma) for a waist. It poured all day - had a long talk with W. this noon. He told me some of his desperate secrets & confessed a purpose he made me solemly promise not to breathe - as he hadn't told a soul. I tried to advise him - that's what he wanted. He's just like Ned - poor boy- & he realizes it. He flatters me and admires me and I suppose he really means it while he does it. I wonder how I'd take him if I didn't understand him (?) Ned came up at noon & at night. We said good-bye to Mr. Gilmore - who goes to Chicago tomorrow and he ought to have a rest - poor
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