Sarah [Muir Galloway]
nose just like needles pricking. I thought he described the freezing process pretty well. his father rubbed his nose for him and told him be had better fo to the house and see what Marjorie was doing.I have been having the Grippe again, and so have been shut up in the house for quite a while, but when the weather get milder I will be ready to go out again. I have got through it much more easily than usual, and am thankful. it seems as though few have escaped the disease this winter. Wanda and Helen have had it too I heard, I hope that they are keeping well now.I suppose you still keep3busy with your pen. In one of your letters while traveling you spoke of seeing about having another book brought out in Boston, will it be long before it is published? we will be on the look out for it.We heard from Joanna very lately, they were all well, and seem to be getting on all right. I think Joanna's health is better for some time. They have had very cold weather there too.I am glad that we are nearing the time where we begin to look forward to the spring time again, when we can be out of doors more and enjoy the sunshine.I had a letter from [Elle?]02542
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