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Will says he can't give it up entirely. The funeral is this afternoon I have not been to the office today – yesterday was a nightmare – I was having lunch at the Davises Monday noon – when she died – Feb. 10. Friday Last night I went home with Lura to dinner & then to Mrs. Rose’s & spent the evening – she told me a great deal about Ned’s father & mother & family &c. I was late getting home – It was bitter

9th
cold – The highest zero, today & from
10th
that to 7 below. Today is not much better. I nearly froze my fingers walking down with Con tonight to the car on Exchange St. Con wanted me to go to the theatre – but I couldn’t some how stop thinking about Ned enough to. He has been up here every night this week to cheer us up. Tonight I’ve written to Hilda (I got a letter from her) and to Mrs. Graham & Trudy. We have a nice letter from Claude, who is in N.Y. with Wilkinson. He was presented his President's medal at N.Y. League dinner last night.

Will says he can't give it up entirely. The funeral is this afternoon I have not been to the office today – yesterday was a nightmare – I was having lunch at the Davises Monday noon – when she died – Feb. 10. Friday Last night I went home with Lura to dinner & then to Mrs. Rose’s & spent the evening – she told me a great deal about Ned’s father & mother & family &c. I was late getting home – It was bitter

9th
cold – The highest zero, today & from
10th
that to 7 below. Today is not much better. I nearly froze my fingers walking down with Con tonight to the car on Exchange St. Con wanted me to go to the theatre – but I couldn’t some how stop thinking about Ned enough to. He has been up here every night this week to cheer us up. Tonight I’ve written to Hilda (I got a letter from her) and to Mrs. Graham & Trudy. We have a nice letter from Claude, who is in N.Y. with Wilkinson. He was presented his President's medal at N.Y. League dinner last night.

Will says he can't give it up entirely. The funeral is this afternoon I have not been to the office today – yesterday was a nightmare – I was having lunch at the Davises Monday noon – when she died – Feb. 10. Friday Last night I went home with Lura to dinner & then to Mrs. Rose’s & spent the evening – she told me a great deal about Ned’s father & mother & family &c. I was late getting home – It was bitter

9th
cold – The highest zero, today & from
10th
that to 7 below. Today is not much better. I nearly froze my fingers walking down with Con tonight to the car on Exchange St. Con wanted me to go to the theatre – but I couldn’t some how stop thinking about Ned enough to. He has been up here every night this week to cheer us up. Tonight I’ve written to Hilda (I got a letter from her) and to Mrs. Graham & Trudy. We have a nice letter from Claude, who is in N.Y. with Wilkinson. He was presented his President's medal at N.Y. League dinner last night.
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