A good day. It is raining now. That is what we need.
The children went to school today. Josie starched her clothes and ironed some to day. I sewed on my quilt. I went to Marvins late this evening. Carrie was shelling butter beans. I shelled while I staid. Come home and fed the chickens and milked the cows. By the time a done that Josie had supper ready.
Ben & Jim went to Marvins to tie tobacco. I guess they will get wet comeing home.
A good day. We had a good shower last night and every one is so glad.
Jim went to the mill this morning. Had his wheat cleaned and some corn ground. He sowing some turnips and worked on the trees triming them up. Ben worked at Eanes's. I will be glad when he gets done there. Ben & Jim has gone to Marvins to tie tobacco tonight. Josie ironed all the morning. I got dinner.
A good day. Ben went to Eanes to work. Jim plowed. Ben come home and went for the teacers. Miss Fergerson & Miss Treer & Effie Brumfield. The proffesor did not come. John Brumfield come this evening. I am glad that he come. Ben carried the ladies home. Josie went with him. Josie cooked supper for them.
Marvin went to John Smiths this evening. Carried all the children. I went as far as Mr Johnsons. Paul Smith and I staid at the river. Marvin bought four pigs from Mr John Smith. Hope he may have good luck with them.
A good day. Ben went to Eanes's to finish the job of tining his house. Come home at twelve. Jim plowed all the morning. This evening they cut a log to carry to the saw mill. To night Mr Fretwell is here to spend the night. Josie sowed some. She has bin complaining of the tooth ache some today. The children went to school to day. I went to Marvins a little while.
Carrie was very much complaining.
This written Thursday morning at five oclock.
Pages that refer to Mr Eanes:
Wednesday September 21, 1921
Thursday September 22, 1921 (Eanes's)
Friday September 23, 1921 (Eanes's)
Saturday September 24, 1921 (Eanes)
Wednesday September 28, 1921 (Eanes's)
Saturday October 1, 1921 (Eanes)
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