leaves me, & she is just resting & trying to gain strength. We drive some too, so I can show her my desert & she enjoys the coloring & the bigness of it all.Though it has been very windy the last few days, it is warm - 80° & 90° so my side hasnt pained me any since Wanda came. I have a fine ambitious appetite right along.Mr Van Dyke went to San Bernardino for a few days, on No. 3 yesterday, & Mary & Dick are boarding at Mrs Funk's just now. Hay making goes on & all are busy.How are you? Dont shut youself up in the old house & starve on tea & sardines too long. Im glad to hear that the little book is coming on. And how is poor Hetch Hetchy?I must go now, & write again tomorrow.Always lovingly yoursHelen
1908 May 22
Original letter dimensions: 17.5 x 27 cm.
Reel 17, Image 0597
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