Jeanne [C.] Carr
2of for the last four weeks. The earth does not look as if it had so much as the memory of a flower in it. The only sign of spring we have seen is a company of blackbirds who have been going through their Sunday exercises on Mr Van Slykes roof. And their guttural note 'kluck 'tsee', kluck 'tsee' is musical because we have waited for it more than six months. You see I am bent on congrat- ulating you! You may be sure your beloved flowers will stay away until you00404
 Apr 6
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