00402fun so thouroughly occupied and having been so long from home I have had a good many visitors, we are having our rainy season now with a sunshiny day now and then, which gives us a foretaste of those delightful days to which we are all looking forward with so much earnestness in a few weeks we shall expect to see the flowers bursting forth from the trammels of Winter and shining forth in all their purity and [illegible]ness. I met a Lady on the sheet to day with very pretty bonquet of flowers in her hand. I could not help stopping to admire them the looked so
1867 Apr 3
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