Angeles there. Your letters are piling up here--do you want them sent to you, or will you wait till Mrs. Thompson can help you reply to them?Yesterday I saw Helen and [Jenny?] Budallia. Helen was looking very pretty and very cheerful though she was in bed. She went out without enough wraps and took a little cold, so they put her to bed again. She said I was to tell you nothing serious came2 of it excepting that it postponed the time of her going back to the desert. She seemed, indeed to be rather pleased that she had had this slight set-back, because it was proved that the baby took no notice of it but kept on thriving just the same. As for that infant, both his parents appear to think highly of him, Mr. Funk's only anxiety being lest he is dangerously intelligent at an early age!Helen said she would have written you before now, but that she has04974
Ursa Major [Los Angleles]
[1911 ?] Mar 9
Original letter dimensions: 23 x 14 cm.
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