August 5 Thursday, 1943

ToDay is the Birthday of

Fair and cool, wind East.

Worked on the rose garden most all day.

After supper I worked in the garden till dark. Gee but the mosquitoes were thick.

Thel went out tonight.

Milt was here tonight.

Stopped in to see Eric tonight, he was eating his supper.

We sure need rain, the garden is dry as flour.

Mrs. H read me a letter from Harry, he is still working very hard and tired.

The young hummingbirds have filled up their nest.

I think a pheasant has been eating my sweet corn.

“Live with wolves, and you will learn to howl.” Spanish proverb

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