May 3 Monday, 1943


ToDay is the Birthday of Walder J Engstrom

Rained all day, wind So.

Went over to the greenhouse and saw Treglawn and Fred Moon.

Rode over to town tonight to First aid Class.

Came home on the bus.

Harry and his wife went to Boston this morning.

He is going to Fort Devens tomorrow morning.

Percy was over here for a short time this evening.

A pair of red squirrels have a nest in the Greenough garage and I expect that they will be having a family there soon.

“To be proud of learning is the greatest ignorance.” Jeremy Taylor

4 Replies to “May 3 Monday, 1943”

  1. I think it’s really interesting that Grampa Brewer had people write their own names on their birthdays. It took me aback to see my dad’s signature after so many years…Had noticed it also on March 13, my Mom’s birthday.


  2. Anne, I think your mother was the person who gave Jess his diary every year. When he celebrated Christmas with us in FL. we were opening presents and he said: “This is from Vic I know what this is, a new diary.” So I think she was the designated diary daughter. I think your mom got the signatures before she gave him the book. It’s something she would do.

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