Sunday 13 a very fine springlike day we arose late Mother & I drest for Sunday & went to church Shook hands with many friends all seemed glad to see us back home my cat Tom left with Mrs Zimmerman all winter came home this morn & he seemed glad to see me I fed him aftr church mother & I called on Mrs C C Gardner She is very lame from a fall aftr dinner it was cloudy dark & gloomy all PM & we sat around til eve when Zimmerman & wife called & staid til church time & we lent them my umbrella & they went to church & we ate supper
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