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9/5/04
except that Mother and I went over a minute to say good- bye to Auntie Dem. Mrs. A., Edith, "Harry
", Papa & I walked to the station & the doctortook Mother. It was a beautiful afternoon & we enjoyed the ride down the valley very much. At Avon we changed and it was rather hot and crowded. We were both tired and I took a nap (with old Zozie) before our late supper (about 10!) Went to bed at 11:30. The cats were delighted to see us.! Sept. 6. Tues. Still lovely weather. Very busy at the office. Played Flinch in the evening with Mother. Sept. 7. Wed. Still fine. Louise Arnold (Jim's sister) and Lieut. Edward Fenner (of the navy) were married tonight and "Plantzi" came up from Buffalo and staid all night here. Told us all about the pretty wedding. Thurs. Sept. 8. Looked like rain here, but didn't. Herma & Frieda slept here as they have company from London, England - and are driving, eating, "bubbling" &c. all the time. Sept. 9. Friday. Resumed my old custom of lunching at the "Y" - but not with Helen today as Edith Scott & 3 of her friends came early to lunch & were visiting at one. I had quite a visit with Christine
(who is most enthusiastic about St Helena) upstairs & then a little visit with Helen, downstairs. Took a long walk out the Avenue at 5:30 and back by car. Read "Harpers". Sept. 10. Sat. A nice "hazy-bright" autumn day. This afternoon (after 5) I rode out to call on Mrs. DeGraff, but her husband said she was ill. So I rode on out to the Country Club and sat on a stone wall among golden rod and asters, watching Polo.

9/5/04
except that Mother and I went over a minute to say good- bye to Auntie Dem. Mrs. A., Edith, "Harry
", Papa & I walked to the station & the doctortook Mother. It was a beautiful afternoon & we enjoyed the ride down the valley very much. At Avon we changed and it was rather hot and crowded. We were both tired and I took a nap (with old Zozie) before our late supper (about 10!) Went to bed at 11:30. The cats were delighted to see us.! Sept. 6. Tues. Still lovely weather. Very busy at the office. Played Flinch in the evening with Mother. Sept. 7. Wed. Still fine. Louise Arnold (Jim's sister) and Lieut. Edward Fenner (of the navy) were married tonight and "Plantzi" came up from Buffalo and staid all night here. Told us all about the pretty wedding. Thurs. Sept. 8. Looked like rain here, but didn't. Herma & Frieda slept here as they have company from London, England - and are driving, eating, "bubbling" &c. all the time. Sept. 9. Friday. Resumed my old custom of lunching at the "Y" - but not with Helen today as Edith Scott & 3 of her friends came early to lunch & were visiting at one. I had quite a visit with Christine
(who is most enthusiastic about St Helena) upstairs & then a little visit with Helen, downstairs. Took a long walk out the Avenue at 5:30 and back by car. Read "Harpers". Sept. 10. Sat. A nice "hazy-bright" autumn day. This afternoon (after 5) I rode out to call on Mrs. DeGraff, but her husband said she was ill. So I rode on out to the Country Club and sat on a stone wall among golden rod and asters, watching Polo.

9/5/04
except that Mother and I went over a minute to say good- bye to Auntie Dem. Mrs. A., Edith, "Harry
", Papa & I walked to the station & the doctortook Mother. It was a beautiful afternoon & we enjoyed the ride down the valley very much. At Avon we changed and it was rather hot and crowded. We were both tired and I took a nap (with old Zozie) before our late supper (about 10!) Went to bed at 11:30. The cats were delighted to see us.! Sept. 6. Tues. Still lovely weather. Very busy at the office. Played Flinch in the evening with Mother. Sept. 7. Wed. Still fine. Louise Arnold (Jim's sister) and Lieut. Edward Fenner (of the navy) were married tonight and "Plantzi" came up from Buffalo and staid all night here. Told us all about the pretty wedding. Thurs. Sept. 8. Looked like rain here, but didn't. Herma & Frieda slept here as they have company from London, England - and are driving, eating, "bubbling" &c. all the time. Sept. 9. Friday. Resumed my old custom of lunching at the "Y" - but not with Helen today as Edith Scott & 3 of her friends came early to lunch & were visiting at one. I had quite a visit with Christine
(who is most enthusiastic about St Helena) upstairs & then a little visit with Helen, downstairs. Took a long walk out the Avenue at 5:30 and back by car. Read "Harpers". Sept. 10. Sat. A nice "hazy-bright" autumn day. This afternoon (after 5) I rode out to call on Mrs. DeGraff, but her husband said she was ill. So I rode on out to the Country Club and sat on a stone wall among golden rod and asters, watching Polo.
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