June 28th, 1897WoodbourneFirstdayDear MargaretThis is the one day of the week when in this quiet uneventful place one can tell what day it is. & therefore a fitting day on which to answer thy undated but welcome letter. This may seem a non-sequitor-- but if thee dont see the reason the fault is not mine.Everything moves here in wonderfully methodical order. somewhat after the regular breakfast hour Lillie comes bustling down stairs, summoning with great energy-- as if they were the ones in fault-- the poor men who have been longing for their breakfasts for half an hour. Then follow the girls-- Agnes, a little discomforted at being late. Ellie (I came near writing it. Carrie, she
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