Sarah M[uir] Galloway
when the weather clears off again it will be warm and pleasant. I suppose you have all of your girls with you excepting Anita. Mine are all gone away from home and it is lonesome for me. Celia was home a few days in the spring and Grace had her vacation in the fall but she had to spend it nearly all taking treatment for Rhumatism, she was out of the office nine weeks. Anna comes to town once in a while, her health is better, the children are growing finely and are strong and well. Sister Annie is very well for her, she has got a wheel and has been learning to ride it.I hope that your family, the girls and your little boy, are well, also [illegible] [illegible] it is a long time since I have heard from any of you.Love to you all fromSister Sarah
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