Mon Apr 1st A most beautiful dry warm da I stretchd 4 wires on my grape arbor & put fire in grate I made rows & mother planted sweet peas 2 painters came & finished up stairs & bedroom insurance adjuster calld this Eve representing the Natl Life he will call again tomorrow all 3 girls went to Lymans this eve have fire only in grate our bedroom is newly painted & mother & I will sleep in the parlor to nite
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