Tuesday April 14, 1914

By far the most perfect day in a very long while. I finished my washing a.m. Sidney went north this morning between 7-8. Mailed a letter to Larkin Soap Co., $1.25 stamps. Memphis went to Weatherup's got a little pail of buttermilk. Mrs. W gave her some maple wax to eat on snow. This p.m she went to P.O. and mailed a card to Mina for me, and got a letter for me from James and the Pal. It has been an awfully lonesome day to me for all the beautiful sunshine. I started some more tomato seed, have some plants about an inch high and some pepper's sprouted, a potato 1 foot high.

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