Wednesday March 15, 1922 fine day no frost this morning & mostly cloudy arose before 7 I did not rest well last Nite ate a good breakfast of pancakes we 3 finished a letter & mail to Leslie in Clermont & I shaved & took a short walk tis not quite so warm as yesterday it cleared off after dinner & is real Nice & I took a walk & after supper Isabel came & we all visited til 9 oclock Mother & I came home to Pomona with Isabel & got to bed after 10 & we expect to all go to Long Beach tomorrow & we expect to stay there a week or two I paid one dollar for a Doz carnations to put on Nellies Grave
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