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I have been so very miserable part of the time but feel fine as silk this morning. So that good tidings! [Mr. S. thot?] a long quiet drive yesterday p.m. would do me good. We went out at 4 p.m. after it began to get cool & drove till nearly dark, slowly, and how I enjoyed it! Came home & had a lunch then went to bed & slept for hrs. without waking. I needed the sleep, too.

Mrs. [Falory?] is still "visiting" with us and takes [entire?] care of Margaret now, even puts her to sleep at night. They both stay out doors most of every day which is fine for both of them. [Babe?] looks so [cunning?] in her overalls. If Mr. S. has the cash to-day at noon will enclose pay for them and a few little things if you want to get them and bring out when you come. He was going to send insurance dues to-day and every mo. there is something to take every cent & then some. Isn't it "awful"? Had a letter from home [second?]

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