Annie L. M[uir]
Dear Sister LouieI found a letter from you also during my rainy-day review. It was dated Oct. 28-1898. In it you said that having begun a letter to me you [felt?] if [there were dozens?] of things that you would like to tell me about but as your fingers & eyes were tired you would leave it all for a rainy-day letter - I hope your rainy day will come soon. My rainy-day has gone by - It was yesterday - & the sunshine floods the room in which I am writing- A perfect day - The foliage & the grass a lovely rich green - as we have had no frost yet - And an Autumn hush in the air. It is the middle of the afternoon - but as I am not feeling much better today, I have not been out all day But the glory of the day seems to [illegible] to me.
[ca 1903 ?]
Original letter dimensions: 22.5 x 14.5 cm.
Reel 13, Image 0940
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