Friday June 10, 1921

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Ben Brumfield at Feb 25, 2010 06:48 AM

Friday June 10, 1921

A beautiful day. The boys
replanted tobacco and
sowed peas. Lizzie got
dinner. She had potatoes
and peas for dinner.
Alma sowed some. I
mended two shirts
for the boys. I cut
some clover for Lizzies
cows. I had rather
do something like that
than set all the time.

Alma had a note from
John this morning. He will
not be at home Sunday.

Oh how bad I want
to know a bout them
at home. Want to see
them all at home and
of the rest of them.

Friday June 10, 1921

A beautiful day. The boys
replanted tobacco and
sowed peas. Lizzie got
dinner. She had potatoes
and peas for dinner.
Alma sowed some. I
mended two shirts
for the boys. I cut
some clover for Lizzies
cows. I had rather
do something like that
than set all the time.
Alma had a note from
John this morning. He will
not be at home Sunday.
Oh how bad I want
to know a bout them
at home. Want to see
them all at home and
of the rest of them.