Aunt Mary, too, was so sorry that she could not go up there this summerGrandma is about the same as when Mama wrote to you, she is still so terribly weak and suffers a great deal, and has very little appetite for any thing.Helen is pretty well but lonesome for you and says she wants Papa to come home.It has been fine and cool for several days and last night there wasa little rain.Helen says that the pets are all well and happy and growing very fast, she got the kittens out from under the rose bush for the first time yesterday, so she is also happy.There are a lot of letters here for you from people that want you to send them your autograph and make speeches for them, verily you are famous!We went over to Aunt Margaret's last night, she
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