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the marshy flats near the Float Bridge. Sauntered back. The young woodey leaves and blossoms were so sweet and the air so full of music and odor - and the woods of violets and things. We dug some ferns, on the way back. Came home leisurely and delightedly, arriving just in time for a good dinner at 2:30. Rested afterward. Read the Gardenhire
book and some Dickens and some Dolly Dialogues. Wrote after lunch, Dear Mother grieves for uncle Jay. Zozie and Zenda are particularly sweet today! May 22. Monday. "The boys"
are home again. I'm afraid they didn't do wonders with the Commission! Sewed tonight and Papa read. Fine day. May 23. Tues. Another fine day. Made blue prints this noon. Took a long bicycle ride - out past the tennis courts - Culver Road & in Garson Ave. JW. & "Amy" passed me in the Auto on Main St. Bridge. Went with the girls (Mary &c.) to Stock Co. tonight. Edith
and Bell Goring sat near us. Chat & Hamilton behind. They had started for my house but learned I was coming to the theatre, so came too. The Skipper told me this between the Acts. The play was very good. The company were well. May 24. Wed. Another fine day. Had shirt waists fitted and shopped &c. (no dinner) Flinch &c tonight.

the marshy flats near the Float Bridge. Sauntered back. The young woodey leaves and blossoms were so sweet and the air so full of music and odor - and the woods of violets and things. We dug some ferns, on the way back. Came home leisurely and delightedly, arriving just in time for a good dinner at 2:30. Rested afterward. Read the Gardenhire
book and some Dickens and some Dolly Dialogues. Wrote after lunch, Dear Mother grieves for uncle Jay. Zozie and Zenda are particularly sweet today! May 22. Monday. "The boys"
are home again. I'm afraid they didn't do wonders with the Commission! Sewed tonight and Papa read. Fine day. May 23. Tues. Another fine day. Made blue prints this noon. Took a long bicycle ride - out past the tennis courts - Culver Road & in Garson Ave. JW. & "Amy" passed me in the Auto on Main St. Bridge. Went with the girls (Mary &c.) to Stock Co. tonight. Edith
and Bell Goring sat near us. Chat & Hamilton behind. They had started for my house but learned I was coming to the theatre, so came too. The Skipper told me this between the Acts. The play was very good. The company were well. May 24. Wed. Another fine day. Had shirt waists fitted and shopped &c. (no dinner) Flinch &c tonight.

the marshy flats near the Float Bridge. Sauntered back. The young woodey leaves and blossoms were so sweet and the air so full of music and odor - and the woods of violets and things. We dug some ferns, on the way back. Came home leisurely and delightedly, arriving just in time for a good dinner at 2:30. Rested afterward. Read the Gardenhire
book and some Dickens and some Dolly Dialogues. Wrote after lunch, Dear Mother grieves for uncle Jay. Zozie and Zenda are particularly sweet today! May 22. Monday. "The boys"
are home again. I'm afraid they didn't do wonders with the Commission! Sewed tonight and Papa read. Fine day. May 23. Tues. Another fine day. Made blue prints this noon. Took a long bicycle ride - out past the tennis courts - Culver Road & in Garson Ave. JW. & "Amy" passed me in the Auto on Main St. Bridge. Went with the girls (Mary &c.) to Stock Co. tonight. Edith
and Bell Goring sat near us. Chat & Hamilton behind. They had started for my house but learned I was coming to the theatre, so came too. The Skipper told me this between the Acts. The play was very good. The company were well. May 24. Wed. Another fine day. Had shirt waists fitted and shopped &c. (no dinner) Flinch &c tonight.
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