April 24, 1927: “why not be at peace”

Sunday the twenty fourth
A pleasant day but windy. Did not rise untill noon + ate hurriedly + we rode to Billerica for the first time in nearly two years. But I am glad we went. Edith seemed glad to see us. after she got home. She was at church when we got there. Its a pleasant ride out there + I at least do not like to be on bad terms with any one. Fred + I will soon pass out of here + “the place which knew us once will know us no more for ever” so why not be at peace. Mattie + I lost seven years out of our lives + I regret them so much now. Came home + ate dinner I read aloud + we went to bed.

On this day in history: April 24, 1927 (Sunday)

(source: Wiki)


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