[Sarah Muir Galloway]
If you and Helen were here just now, you would not be able to walk around the yard at all, there is so much snow Grace and I have to shovel paths and the snow is piled up three feet or more some places, on each side, and the flowers are all covered up. but by and bye we will have warmer weather, the snow will melt, the grass will sprout up, and the beautiful flowers will grow and blossom and then I wish that you could come and stay with us a while. Just as your cousins from Lincoln came last year I suppose you will often so to visit Grandpa and Grandma and you will have a very
1888 Feb 3
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