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1904
Feb. 8. Mon. Cold again, but Dr. Andrews telephoned me this morning that Dansville was cut off by a flood, and anyway he didn't want Mother to come yet - She wasn't able. I am glad she can stay, but oh! we do miss her. Got up early this morning as Papa gets down before eight, and isn't here to wash dishes &c. Scrambled eggs were a success tonight. Claude came home from Castile, in good spirits, this evening I Took a hot bath and early bed. Still grippy. Feb. 9 Tues. The weather is something fierce - and it's no joke getting out at 6 or 6:30 in the morning. Lunched at Sibley's for a change (& a square meal). The Skipper called with his map. Papa went to the train - but of course Mother didn't come and we had a late supper in consequence. He washed the dishes & I went to cooking school - chicken - awfully good - Brought home some wings &c for Zo & Zenda. Feb. 10 Wed. Ste Fair and sunny - The river beautiful - but high - They have dynamited out the lower ice - Mother still flood- bound - Went to Mac Arthur's to "flinch" tonight - and a welsh rabbit - very good. Ida was the "new beginner".

1904
Feb. 8. Mon. Cold again, but Dr. Andrews telephoned me this morning that Dansville was cut off by a flood, and anyway he didn't want Mother to come yet - She wasn't able. I am glad she can stay, but oh! we do miss her. Got up early this morning as Papa gets down before eight, and isn't here to wash dishes &c. Scrambled eggs were a success tonight. Claude came home from Castile, in good spirits, this evening I Took a hot bath and early bed. Still grippy. Feb. 9 Tues. The weather is something fierce - and it's no joke getting out at 6 or 6:30 in the morning. Lunched at Sibley's for a change (& a square meal). The Skipper called with his map. Papa went to the train - but of course Mother didn't come and we had a late supper in consequence. He washed the dishes & I went to cooking school - chicken - awfully good - Brought home some wings &c for Zo & Zenda. Feb. 10 Wed. Ste Fair and sunny - The river beautiful - but high - They have dynamited out the lower ice - Mother still flood- bound - Went to Mac Arthur's to "flinch" tonight - and a welsh rabbit - very good. Ida was the "new beginner".

1904
Feb. 8. Mon. Cold again, but Dr. Andrews telephoned me this morning that Dansville was cut off by a flood, and anyway he didn't want Mother to come yet - She wasn't able. I am glad she can stay, but oh! we do miss her. Got up early this morning as Papa gets down before eight, and isn't here to wash dishes &c. Scrambled eggs were a success tonight. Claude came home from Castile, in good spirits, this evening I Took a hot bath and early bed. Still grippy. Feb. 9 Tues. The weather is something fierce - and it's no joke getting out at 6 or 6:30 in the morning. Lunched at Sibley's for a change (& a square meal). The Skipper called with his map. Papa went to the train - but of course Mother didn't come and we had a late supper in consequence. He washed the dishes & I went to cooking school - chicken - awfully good - Brought home some wings &c for Zo & Zenda. Feb. 10 Wed. Ste Fair and sunny - The river beautiful - but high - They have dynamited out the lower ice - Mother still flood- bound - Went to Mac Arthur's to "flinch" tonight - and a welsh rabbit - very good. Ida was the "new beginner".
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