May 22 Saturday, 1943


ToDay is the Birthday of

Cleared off this afternoon. Wind N.

This afternoon I went over to the plowed land behind Arthur Woods and found 11 broken arrowheads, some of the […] were beautiful before being broken.

From there I gave the old sand bank the once over. Nothing doing.

Then I went up back of the bank by the shell heap and dug some, found nothing but flakes.

From there I went over to the Hotel bluffs and didn’t find a thing.

Percy came over to play cribbage tonight, I beat him 3 out of 4.

Stopped in to see Eric and he is plastered with chicken pox.

“No man is free who cannot command himself.” Pythagoras

One Reply to “May 22 Saturday, 1943”

  1. I love the everyday happenings but they sometimes are repetitive and very “every day” That was the everyday life back then. If there was a change it was usually for the worse. I still can’t wait for the next day.
    I was wondering if anyone had the 1920 journals when the children were small. I would love to read about the family before Marie’s death. Keep up the good work I love what you are doing Andi.

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