Beautiful day. Rose early and Sidney started to Palermo at 6 a.m. with 1 standard and 2 special scrolls. Got home 5:45 p.m. went on the 4 to Central Square, got his draft and 1 doz banana's at T. Conternuanis and walked home, got a ride a ways, went up and got some wood off Clint this evening. I sent to Salgers for turnip beet and savoy cabbage seed. Agnes here p.m.
Beautiful today. Sidney's birthday, is 42 years old. Sidney and Mora have gone to the station to see about his box of scrolls. Georgie Piquet brought them down for him. They are very nice. We had a big strawberry shortcake for dinner. Sidney hoe'd in the garden. Gaults moving picture show at hotel Button. Mailed a letter, Sidney rec'd a nice birthday card from Hannah.
Another lovely day, but a strong west wind. The childen picked over 4 qts wild strawberries, they are delicious. I bought a qt. of garden berries off Frank Rusha 10c per qt. Washed today. Mora hoed the sweet corn in our garden, rec'd a card from Mina on the 7 p.m. G. Mallory gone to hospital in Syracuse.
A very beautiful day, nice cool breeze. Mora and Maud have gone to Sunday school, seems funny not to have Sidney home. Arthur Dainis called to see Sidney. The children told him he wasn't at home so he went home again. Awfully cold, act as tho we would have a frost.
Pout making another nest. Quite warm, cool breeze. Rev. Mitchel called p.m. Rec'd just a few lines from Sidney enclosed $1.00, came 4 p.m. said he would not be home before Monday. Mora got some buttermilk to Weatherups a.m. Memphis and Cassie went to P.O. I have been rather lonely and very nervous. Lillian worrisome and so awfully much to do.
A very pleasant day, cool breeze. Mora went to Weatherups also to mill and now to the store to get graham flour. The rest of the children have run errands, fed rabbits and we have all been busy. Expected a letter from Sidney but none came. Our garden is coming nicely but our tomatoes we took so much pains with are nearly all dead. Mr. Winzens came a.m. to see about the girls picking strawberries for him.
Nice pleasant day. Rec'd a letter a.m. from Adelle, she enclosed a card she had just rec'd from Mina. Rec'd a letter p.m. from Sidney mailed at Demster. Maud, Memphis and Cassie have all been to the P.O. Mora has helped with the cleaning, a man came along selling the woolverine products.
Man selling window screens. Fair. Sent a letter to Sidney, expected one from him but none came. Memphis went to the mill for corn. Charlie gave her back a nickel and told her to buy some candy with it. Maud went to Weatherups and got some buttermilk, Cassie mailed our letter to Sidney. Memphis also went to Fidler's on an errand for Aunt Kate. Lydia told her that Dorothy has the measles. Got the pantry nearly cleaned and washed windows also. Mora swept upstairs and helped me wash and put away dishes.
Very warm day. Wrote a letter to Sidney, rec'd one from him from Mexico. Mora and Cassie went to the P.O. this eve. Saw David Weatherup, he gave Mora Maud's $2.00. Maud went to store twice today, Memphis once. Agnes Porter came down to play a.m. and again this eve. Rueben came to see if Sidney was at home, said if he was Gene was going to bring down his rabbit.