S[arah] M[uir] Galloway
she would like to here more particularly how you are getting along if you do not like to write to Midland just enclose her letters to me I can easily get them to her as I see either one or other of them oftener than I did at Fountain Lake. I hope you had a merry Christmas tell me in your next if you had any- thing in your stocking, we could not meet at mothers as usual this year. Father Mother and Anna were at our house to dinner but as Maggie was not able to come down too they went up to see her in the afternoon Poor Maggie her health does not seem to improve, she talks of going to a [illegible]ter cure in the spring. if she does I hope she may be benefited by it. Tell me how you spend your yew year if you have a pleasant time or if you are [Sike?] David busy at work he does not seem to get any holidays. do you. I have been to church twice since I came here I enjoy it very much I have been so long excluded from this privilege Anna & George were atthe Sabbath School today and David and I were at the Bible class. Anna has been at the week day school too and I intend sending George [deleted too] when the vacation is over but Dan - I must tell you that the baby is not able to walk yet. what a pity. You must wait a little longer to hear of that. but by all means ask in your next if she is able to Talk. She is thriving finely and I hope may be able to perform all these wonders in due time. We have had no word form John since you left and have not been able to get his books from Chicago yet but we wrote him a short time ago Daniel had a letter a week or two ago [illegible] best guess Laycock] they seem to have had good crops and are getting along finely David is just home from Church and is going to write you a few lines so I must close. write as soon as you can and give us all the news you can think of it will all interest us. Wishing you a happy new year I remain as ever your Affectionate sister [F N?] Galloway
Portage City [Wisc.]
65 Dec 31
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