2are so good they make up for their loss.Your letter reached me this afternoon. I have been afraid you were not well. Im so sorry that you and Wanda have had that miserable Grippe again. It must be dolefully lonesome for you in that big empty house. Take good care of yourself and come back to this grand country as soon as you can. There is no Grippe here, and I care more and more for this big glorious country. I'll keep away from people - it is the040713great open sage country that I love. Last night we had a little sprinkle, but this morning is bright and sunshiney and I am enjoying the glorious air. The weather has been pretty good since I wrote last. I'm glad you are having some good sunshine in the valley after the constant fog and drizzle.Miss Brodt has invited an old maid friend of hers from Oakland to come and visit her here for about two weeks. I think Miss Cooper is coming04071
1908 Feb 22
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