Mother [Ann Gilrye Muir]
I hope you are appreciating the change to home life We have enjoyed very much reading your article on the “Bee Pastures” in the June and July numbers of the ‘Century, many here read them with pleasure Annie has been absent at a Lake side gathering at Madison for two weeks – about one thousand were present while she was gone I went to Sarah’s, she is still the kind considerate Sarah she ever was and more so This morning we had a visitor from Nebraska a friend of Margt. telling us of the welfare of all our friends in that [illegible] We are expecting a visit from Mary and her boy this monthher husband has been at Madison on business so we had two short visits with him – I am not surprised at your fretting about the news you had about father as you are entirely ignorant of his proceedings for many years, but our fretting is of no avail whatever he was still with Joanna two weeks ago – Annie joins me in sending best wishes and love to you, your wife and little daughter and will hope to hear from you soonAffectionately Mother
1882 Aug 16
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