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Sat Jan I3th. [[underlined]] Boston [[/underlined]]
Had [[strike-through]]S[[/strike-through]] Chas and did not do as much as I wished.  He is depressing now.  After he left got ready to go and Jack came in at I2.30 and went in taxi with me to ststion.  Lovely to have him  Saw me into train .. Fast train but very tiresome..
Drove right [[strike-through]]o[[/strike-through]]to B's and was welcomed.. In time for din and then quiet eve with them after teling to Sl to arrange about next day .. Very cold . but comfy in my room.

Sun Jan 14th.

Sl and I called each other up and almost thought we could'n[[t?]] go to G. Finally decided to and got off in cab at nine I5.  I stopped for him at Hotel and we took lots of lunch from ther[[e?]]  
Some snow and great talk on way down in train.  A's speeches and the house that is going up alas in fron of R.R. Wonsons wagon oaiting and tho very cold did not fel much
Harbor frozen over above Rocky Neck.  Lovely sunshine.  Deane waiting by gat. path swept and Garland by fron door. Everythi g looking exquisite.  Went up on ter ace with G and was not cold.  Fire in living room and sun coming in east window. Settled up all and Sl came in to lunch toasting sausage and drinking very good chocolate.  Then he went home and I waited for Deane to come back and walked in the lovely paths. untouched exce t by little rabbit tracks.  Perfect stillnes and silence.  H again and we walked and looked at the foundatio[[n?]] of the NEW HOUSE wah..  Also sat on rocks behind his house and were not cold.  Only left because we had to.  To Patches for short call and home in four train.
Wonderful day..Eve quietly with Blakes.

Transcription Notes:
I noticed the written word in the diary as "teling" misspelled ? in the diary, but in the transcription was corrected to "telling" If a word is misspelled in the diary, then it must have that same misspelling in transcription. Thank you for your hard work. ~Leah

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