[Ann Gilrye Muir]
Annie [L. Muir]
and think of the cold being 23 and 25 below zero and still we can keep warm but it requires a good deal of effort to do so I find my parlor bed room very comfortable at present we are having a visit with John Reid he looks well and comfortable and seems to enjoy meeting with his many old time friends_ Miss Curtis called and wished to be kindly remembered to you and also Mrs Parry. "Carrie' has been home for a month and is much improved in apearance she likes Drummond and the people there very muchshe has now returned to the scene of her labors On Christmas day we had "David" and his family to dine with us, and the day was [planned?] very pleasantly_ I received some very pretty Christmas gifts, "Annie Muir" has been taking lessons in painting from "Lillie Maine" and their Parlor is being decorated with her work she paints very nicelyYou [will?] if I get out to church I have been there once in four weeks and dont get down town very often but I am satisfied to stay at home when the weather is so cold
1886 Jan 21
Original letter dimensions: 20.5 x 25.5 cm.
Reel 05, Image 0586
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