Tues 30 Partly cldy Cool lt NW wind I mowd some lawn 3rd time I dug around the NW Rose Maude got the mail letter from Leslie very busy & all patients doing well lots of mumps & measles we have fire in the grate Mother & Maude went Calling this PM & to Mrs. Lide Jones for supper & at 5-30 I went to Mrs Jones & took Supper by invitation & staid til near sundown when I came home & milkd I made a fire in the grate & Sat & read very lonely I tried to Keep My thots from My dear boy Vic but couldn’t do it I cant reconcile myself to our great loss if he had only told us of his trouble I feel we could have helpd him Mother & Maude came near 10 Oclock
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