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does not feel right when he does not get the care he is used to.

I think that you need to get out for the air and for a change too, but I am glad you are not trying to bring home the heavy things.

I wrote to Mrs. Capen to-night about coming out to live with her, but I imagine that she may want more than I want to pay. However, we will see. I am trying to cut expenses, yet be comfortable.


I went out to Jimmie's last Sunday to work on some words. We didn't get at business in good shape, though, until after Ruth finally got settled for the night. Consequently we did not finish until about 1:30 Monday morning. We didn't sleep much after that, and I started for home at 6:30 — before the sun was up.

I enjoy this warm weather, but I hear that we are due for a cold snap to-night. 

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