Sarah M[uir] Galloway
so much stronger that I have been very thankful indeed.In June I went out to the country and staid with Anna three weeks, that was the time of strawberries, and we were very busy picking for every-day use and [doing?] up, then the currants were ripe and we gathered those for [canning?] and before they were finished the cherries were ripe, and they were fine, we gathered and put up quantities of them, between times there was often work in hand and I think I never spent a more busy three weeks, I was very weery, but the change did me good. This summer we are quite busy, taking care of the garden and keeping the yard looking nice, that, with the
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