December 15 Wednesday, 1943

ToDay is the Birthday of

Fair and cold wind No.

Sun was out clear all the morning but the air was full of snowflakes.

Worked covering up rose beds and other plants.

Card came from Brockton about my glasses.

Finished up my covering up job.

Eleanor gave me a ride down to the armory tonight.

Got a ride as far back as J.B.s Corner with Eldridge, Clark, and Paul.

Thel is out at the Club meeting.

I received a xmas card from Byron Lunt of Lincoln Mass. I used to chum around with him when I worked for Bill Pierce in 1908 and 1909. Saw him last summer for the first time since then.

The wind was very cold as I walked home tonight.

“Either I will find a way, or I will make one.” Sir P. Sidney

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