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1899.
Jan. 8. Sun A lovely day – Stayed home & enjoyed myself. Edith came up after dinner & we started for a walk, but only got as far as Mary’s, where we sat before the fire & talked – I'm afraid I did most of the talking – but they got me started on ocean stories and Mary said again & again she “Enjoyed it" & the others seemed to, so I s'pose it was all right – we did walk around a few blocks afterward & then I came home and made toast for supper & Papa & Mama & Con & I had it in the kitchen & then Con& I puzzled over the western coast – with the atlas – till Jan 9. Mon bed time. Snowed all day & I felt quite done up – we are all rather grippy. Dick
took my picture in the office — awful! Aroix has had the grippe & looks like a ghost – thought he was going to die, he said. I'm reading Seton Thompson’s “Wild animals I have known” a delightful but tragic book – which makes me realize how little I know about animals & nature about me!

1899.
Jan. 8. Sun A lovely day – Stayed home & enjoyed myself. Edith came up after dinner & we started for a walk, but only got as far as Mary’s, where we sat before the fire & talked – I'm afraid I did most of the talking – but they got me started on ocean stories and Mary said again & again she “Enjoyed it" & the others seemed to, so I s'pose it was all right – we did walk around a few blocks afterward & then I came home and made toast for supper & Papa & Mama & Con & I had it in the kitchen & then Con& I puzzled over the western coast – with the atlas – till Jan 9. Mon bed time. Snowed all day & I felt quite done up – we are all rather grippy. Dick
took my picture in the office — awful! Aroix has had the grippe & looks like a ghost – thought he was going to die, he said. I'm reading Seton Thompson’s “Wild animals I have known” a delightful but tragic book – which makes me realize how little I know about animals & nature about me!

1899.
Jan. 8. Sun A lovely day – Stayed home & enjoyed myself. Edith came up after dinner & we started for a walk, but only got as far as Mary’s, where we sat before the fire & talked – I'm afraid I did most of the talking – but they got me started on ocean stories and Mary said again & again she “Enjoyed it" & the others seemed to, so I s'pose it was all right – we did walk around a few blocks afterward & then I came home and made toast for supper & Papa & Mama & Con & I had it in the kitchen & then Con& I puzzled over the western coast – with the atlas – till Jan 9. Mon bed time. Snowed all day & I felt quite done up – we are all rather grippy. Dick
took my picture in the office — awful! Aroix has had the grippe & looks like a ghost – thought he was going to die, he said. I'm reading Seton Thompson’s “Wild animals I have known” a delightful but tragic book – which makes me realize how little I know about animals & nature about me!
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