[Ann G. Muir]
3)the pains she suffers is very disturbing - However she is able to get dressed and goes into the Parlor and sees company in the afternoons for several day sshe has been feeling quite comfortable it is surprising how well she bears up under such a sore trial - David feels very bad about ti all - his health is quite good at present as well as the rest of his familyThanksgiving day was spent very quietly iwth us I went to Church in the morning and spent the rest of the day in thinking over the many blessings and comforts I enjoy. and [felt?] thankful to Go for all
1884 Dec 15
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