Wednesday, August 22, 1923

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Nathani at Jul 05, 2013 04:09 PM

Wednesday, August 22, 1923

A good morning. Rain
this evening and so colde
that we need fire. Lee
went from here this morning
and Marvin went with
him. I peeled peaches
most of the day. Carrie
made four gallons of
preserves today. Reese
gathered the peaches.
The first or nearly the
first things that I done
today was to spill the
ink and got some
on my book.
Marvin got home a
few minutes a go. He
had not had his dinner.
I certainly wish that
I could know how
the rain was at home.
I am a fraid there was
hail in the cloud.
It has got [se?] cool.

Wednesday, August 22, 1923