Journal Entry – Sunday May 20th 1917

A lovely warm day. Father continues to improve, but it is weary work for him. It is such a pity he cannot get out & see the apple blossom stop never has it been so wonderful. Not only our orchard, but all the orchards around about are one sheet of blossom.

The azaleas to our full of bloom & everything glorious & beauteous, a joy after all the long cold winter & spring.

The submarines are doing a great deal of damage, sinking numbers of ships consequently our food supply is running short. We do not feel it here, but in the towns it is getting serious.

Reginald, Ursula & Juliana went away yesterday. The latter is a very adorable person, & full of quaint sayings, very advanced in her ways.

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