[Ann G. Muir]
gathered together around their father at the time when their presence was so greatly to be desired his death seems a loud call to me specially that I may be found ready also for the great change.Daniel enjoyed his visit at your home very much and was delighted with the children his trip seemed to do him a great amount of good his daughter Carrie is expected home on the 19th of this month for a months vacation. his family are all well and gets along very well Annie is a very nice gril and is a good housekeeper she has been taking lessons in painting of which she is very fond and has painted some very nice picturesAnnie [L?] seems to be enjoying her visit to California very much she is feeling better and she writes that they have had a rainy time with which every one seems to be much pleased they have plants and flowers blooming out of doors all the year roundLately we have had more storms with high winds and deep drifts
1885 Dec 16
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