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Stoughton February 26th 1932

Dear Doris

This is a dark cloudy day, all snow is about gone it dissapeared [[disappeared]] shortly after noon, the temperature went up to 58 I received your bundle this forenoon, there will be some more wear in the shirt. I have already got it mended. & the sleeves tucked up. The aprons will add to my stock I already have on hand. Pa is fasting its most time though for his appetite to get the best of him towards night it often does & then he eats.

Pa says no Erring for him, if I should have him come in the state he now is in, looking & watching for them to come and get him he would have a fit. & be worse than he is, it may be just as well to wait till he is a good deal more in need of a doctor. he is growing obstinate every day, hard to get him to do anything one wants him to do, very freaky also. I guess Talbot saw how he had changed. as to his ankle it does not look very much different than it did a month ago. Pa is very much for investigating every thing I do & it does get on ones nerves he is so suspicious of every thing.

I have just been down to the little store for a few thing to go me over the weekend & it seemed good to get out once more. a lot of water stands on the top of the 
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