[Louie Strentzel Muir]
she doesn't have concious airs or many fancy trills but seems to be singing perfectly and naturally yet you can hear her glorious voice to the farthest corners of the house. de Reszke and the others are wonderfully fine too. You must try to hear them. I have a ticket for next Saturday night also I would give you that but it is way up in the second gallery. I can either go home next Friday evening and come back Saturday or go home Sunday morning and come back Monday which ever you would rather have me do, but I will surely be home for a little while and then the next week I will be at home for four and a half days. The weather last night was horribly sloppy, both the airBerkeley Sunday EveningDear MamaI have spent a quiet Sunday here today, went to Church in the morning and rested most of the afternoon but it did seem all day as if I ought to see you all during the week I have so little time that I don't think much about it but on Saturday and Sunday my thoughts are always with you even if I am not. O, how I wish that you could have been with me last night at the opera, it was perfectly wonderful and I did enjoy it so much. I like [N?]ordica much better than I did Melba09179
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