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skeely at May 04, 2020 02:00 PM

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Now-as I have said heretofore-I can't write much of a letter unless I had one of yours to respond to. But, anyway, let me relate to you a little experience which came to me a few days ago. It was a fine morning and I had it all to my disposal. Feeling a little stiff from work I thought that I would get out and stroll about in order to limber up and get a breath of freedom's air. My steps let me to a certain Park decorated with trees and vines and flowers where are found benches to sit on and quiet to repose in. In this park was what one will choose to call a small, irregularly

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