I was very glad to get thy nice long letter as well as the photograph I had regretted having forgotten to ask for before we left. I also regret having left behind me the Madonna one of thee which I always keep in my bureau, but I hope it is all safe & I shall find it when I go home. I often think of thee dear, & wish I could be with thee, I feel afraid sometimes that I may have put myself out of the way of usefulness in coming up here. It is good for the children, I know, & if I could have more of you here to get the benefit of the pure air & quiet life, I should feel as if I were doing some good in being able to keep house for you. I hope little Anna will get along nicely & not be homesick. Thee must give her Aunt Anna all needful directions & if
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