I’ve been in a DNA black hole for the last few months.
And by that I mean, I’ve become addicted to anything DNA-related!
Which means I missed a few of Mary’s journal entries from August of 1932. So here they are . . . just a little late.
By the way, it looks like Mary had a few bad days in August. She was 54 years old at the time. Here’s a pic of her from about a year earlier.
August 11, 1932
I packed so much water, wrung out the big soaked wash, done many other things and now I am crying & its 11 o’clock & I am too tired to wash, I despise to wash, I hate the dam [sic] washing.
August 20, 1932
Hail came down on the roof heavy like bricks, solid ice the size of a [illegible] egg.
August 28, 1932
Sallie Green (Dillon) and Mamie (Dillon) Collum were here to visit me from Butte and Wallace, Ida.