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Monday. April 19th Rained all day. Busy as usual and sewed

Tuesday. Weather the same -- dismal enough. In the afternoon
gave Sarah a lock of my hair and received a beautiful
long black tress in return. Sarah received a letter
from her Mother in the evening.
Wednesday. Drizzling still when I arose, but cleared off at
noon; so soon after dinner Sarah and Natty packed up
and went over to the city. On his return from the city in
the evening Albert presented Mother with a beautiful silver cake-basket.
Thursday. Pleasant. Unwell. Went to bedsoon after breakfast
and slept tillnoon; afternoon in reading.
Joseph Wilde spent the evening very pleasantly with me.
Friday. Half sick and disinclined to do much.
This is April weather certainly. Rain and shine succeed
each other so quickly that it seemed rather a risky
business to venture out. Father went to see Carrie in the
evening and found her better. E. Daniel called.
I forgot to say on Wednesday that George Hudson called
in the morning and spent an hour or so very pleasantly
with Sarah and I. G. and I exchanged locks of hair
and parted quite affectionately but it was evident that
there was a little more irony and a little less earnestness
on his part than in hers. Neverttheless both seemed to enjoy the
fun and so did I.

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