[Wanda Muir Eanna]
bed out into the yard, for even the nights are "pretty ho[illegible]" - in fact anybody who sleeps in the house nowadays - that could get out - is considered "dippy in the head." But its really great weather. I sometimes stop to think that it is funny I enjoy it so, but the fact remains I do. I ride morning and afternoon, as usual, and sometimes when I sail forth toward the corral for Art, when the mercury stands at 112° in the shade, Dick remarks that if he didnt have anything more to do than I have, he'd "have sense enough to stay in the shade". He said once that he didnt like to say I was "crazy" but a "gal" that would ride all afternoon in such sun when she didnt have to, "wasnt normal." Im thin, but feel perfectly well, and eat much more than I did when you were here, and I am most cheerful. Artie is ditto.Paul and Herbert went "inside" on the 2d and celebrated the 4th. Paul is still there and nobody knows if he intends to come back. Herbert got home yesterday. By the way, he and Mary are very good friends - now what
[1908 ?] Jul 12
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