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Mon Jan 15th.
Lovely day but cold .. soon rain and slush. Fooled about and wrote some .. At 12 30 Templeman and nice talk in B's library. He went with me to Elliots lunch. I was rather spent and did not do much there Langdon Warner Dr and Mary and L. Hooper. Lovely time with the two after others went.
Walked back and me[[overwritten]] y [[/overwritten]]^[[t]] Herbert Brown nice to see. To rest and glorious nap. completely relaxed and so comfy on lounge in m room. Got dressed leisurely and looked pretty nice in new steel blue. Party of twelve, Judge and mrs J. Gray .. Holker Abbott by me and H Sleeper opp. Long talk with Judge G after Mrs Tyson very affectionate and determined I shall come back and see Mme Maeterlinvk in Pelleas. Thought I would for a moment.
In morn called up Mrs W Amory and she will let me have the portrait for Corcoran. Good night.
Tues Jan 16th.
Off to Jury at Doll and Richards. Quite an[[strikethrough]] d [[/strikethrough]] interesting lot of men. Chase Chairman. P Hale very amusing and not a chip thrower as I feared. About Two hundred pics. Pretty bad and discouraging. we let many in should not have.
Got through at twelve. I had engagement with H Green and fiascoed it. Very ashamed of myself. and sorry.
Went back to lunch with A B. and wealk in very cold.
Got myself off in three train after a struggle in which the strong swedish maid broke D's bag strap. Sleeper came to see me off and I thought seemed a little ruffled .. but good to hav him. Long and very weary trip back .. and taxi home.
Sup on train and saw no one. To bed. Slept very badly Not at all in fact Dear Jim slept here and coughed .. But I would have been awake anyway.
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