Sun 21 a little warmer Cloudy & Sprinkled It thawd from the first but the snow went slow I swept slush snow & water off all the steps I kept the cow up snow on the grass & she couldn’t eat we 3 went to church AM & heard a very vigorous sermon demonstrating that Evrything & all property & money is the lords at noon I gave our cow warm water & hay in the rack we decided not to go to Church Eve this has been a poor day for our cow
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