Sarah [Muir Galloway]
[John Muir & Louie Muir]
beyond our reach. And so Maggie is away out on the Kansas prairie helping to get meals and taking care of milk as in the days of old. I had a letter from her about two weeks ago in which she says that the change is proving beneficial. she seems to expect to spend the winter there. I do hope with all my heart that their prospects will brighten soon, and that the cheeriness and comfort of the old times may come back to them, John seems completely discouraged. Mother had a letter from Dan_ last week in which he tells us that he expects to visit us in January. if it is possible for him to leave at that time. when are  01328you going to take another trip in this direction? are you still writing? Your grapes will be all gathered now so that you will not be so busy on the ranch. Louis I hope that you are enjoying good health, what a pleasure your little girls will bring you every day. I remember how you did enjoy Wanda when we were with you. How many pleasant memories there is connected with that visit. I wonder if you will give us the pleasure of seeing you here. Give my love to your Father and Mother and kindest wishes for the coming year.Once again I wish you all a glad New Year, Lovingly Sarah.
1888 Dec 17
Original letter dimensions: 20.5 x 25.5 cm.
Reel 05, Image 1226
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