January 31 Sunday, 1943


Snow and fairly warm.

Another foot of snow this morning. And I had all of my digging to do over again.

Thel and I took a walk over to Archie’s. Phil Covell, and Tammy was there.

Went up to the store after the paper. Saw Ernest Sawyer and his son Bill and grandson digging snow.

Vick and Walder brought Eric over this afternoon. They were having the Minister for supper.

If this snow stays on very long, a lot of birds will starve.

Last night’s snow was light and the trees are loaded down with it.

Geoffrey has made quite a lot of money this last few days digging snow.

(“Shame may restrain what law does not prohibit.” Seneca)

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