A charming, warm springlike day
One year today since Ella was laid to rest. Miss Glass has not heard yet; there is a letter at the office and Roy will try to get it. I am not as tired as usual on Saturday night, perhaps because so many went up town & I prayed for extra strength too. My first number of the "Conn. Quarterly" came today and I like it very much.
Mrs. Bonoff, Mr. & Mrs. Howe and several others have been here. Knit some on the mittens. Miss Green went over to E. Hartford for the p.m. had a very pleasant time. Dinner at 6, of course. The letter has come. Miss G is more comfortable. We are relieved.