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Sunday, March 24, 1918

Mary has been walking around

quite a little today. This of

course rather unsteadily. She

seems to enjoy it. She pushes her

go-cart & walks very fast up

& down the pavement. Harry left

after breakfast for the rest of the 

day. The biggest battle of the

war is on and we are all vitally 


Monday, March 25, 1918

A beautiful spring day. Aired and

put away our heavy coats. House

cleaning is in the a.m. After

Mary's nap this afternoon. We went

down town where Mother was sorting

Belgian relief clothes. She walked

awhile with us. Bought Mary a pair

of black patent leather-white topped

Easter shoes. Harry left this eve to

be gone until mid-night. Letters

from Alberta & Brownie.