Thursday Mar 26 Cool Cloudy & 2 or 3 in snow on the ground & of course we will have more mud it has been over a week since we had even a sunny day I am very tired of this weather I went to Nira & took about 35# of pork & bought a bolt of 61 ¾ yards of Calico & sent to Mrs. Farley and Mr Palmer in Kansas they are poor Luther brought linda [?] over to visit & do some sowing Pet had a steer calf
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