Mon 22 A fine da light NW wind Maude here all day & went for the mail in the AM I have felt miserable all day & my dear misguided boy Vic was on my mind if he had only left us some word or even good bye it would have helpd to reconcile us in all probability we will never know his reasons his troubles & sufferings he was naturally still & kept his own council he was respectful towards his parents & we cherish his memory & his genial smile he invariably went with Mother & I to the depot & met us on our return farewell Dear Vic
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