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1903
1/17/03
we went home rather fast - with no mishaps. The ridge road was very cold, but we snuggled up together under the robes - and certainly the country is beautifully bleak in winter. It looked black as Eternity over to- ward the lake. The wind came out of the North too, but the southern sky was lurid with the distant city lights - 7 or 8 miles away - and we reached home in good condition about midnight. I went home with Helen. We warmed up and put on flannel nighties and had a little talk - she telling me the history of the Armstrong-Fisher-Davis affair. Jan. 18 Sun. Got up about 10 the next morning & left there about 11, Chattie not up yet. It was blizzardy without. After I finally got home I accomplished a good deal - Getting things in shape for the Party - for I entertained the Jan 19 Mon. Perfects on Monday. Miss Orcutt phoned at 2 o'clock that she couldn't come! and Matie Arnold took her place. Mary didn't come and didn't let me know at all! (but I think had told Nellie to.) So I had

1903
1/17/03
we went home rather fast - with no mishaps. The ridge road was very cold, but we snuggled up together under the robes - and certainly the country is beautifully bleak in winter. It looked black as Eternity over to- ward the lake. The wind came out of the North too, but the southern sky was lurid with the distant city lights - 7 or 8 miles away - and we reached home in good condition about midnight. I went home with Helen. We warmed up and put on flannel nighties and had a little talk - she telling me the history of the Armstrong-Fisher-Davis affair. Jan. 18 Sun. Got up about 10 the next morning & left there about 11, Chattie not up yet. It was blizzardy without. After I finally got home I accomplished a good deal - Getting things in shape for the Party - for I entertained the Jan 19 Mon. Perfects on Monday. Miss Orcutt phoned at 2 o'clock that she couldn't come! and Matie Arnold took her place. Mary didn't come and didn't let me know at all! (but I think had told Nellie to.) So I had

1903
1/17/03
we went home rather fast - with no mishaps. The ridge road was very cold, but we snuggled up together under the robes - and certainly the country is beautifully bleak in winter. It looked black as Eternity over to- ward the lake. The wind came out of the North too, but the southern sky was lurid with the distant city lights - 7 or 8 miles away - and we reached home in good condition about midnight. I went home with Helen. We warmed up and put on flannel nighties and had a little talk - she telling me the history of the Armstrong-Fisher-Davis affair. Jan. 18 Sun. Got up about 10 the next morning & left there about 11, Chattie not up yet. It was blizzardy without. After I finally got home I accomplished a good deal - Getting things in shape for the Party - for I entertained the Jan 19 Mon. Perfects on Monday. Miss Orcutt phoned at 2 o'clock that she couldn't come! and Matie Arnold took her place. Mary didn't come and didn't let me know at all! (but I think had told Nellie to.) So I had
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