Three may keep counsel, if two be away -Heywood

Temp 60-80° F

My house is full of flowers, food and friends. The gift of neighbors. It is comforting at least. Mary, Dean and I had dinner here together and later went to the cemetery to see about where we would lay my poor husband to rest, and then to Hammond’s and asked to see Maurice. He looked so sweet and peaceful after his long days of suffering.

While there Mr Hendreschke’s and Herman came and told us Ramona had arrived. I was very surprised. She had come by plane. We came home and it was such a joy to have her here. Mr and Mrs Robbins came soon, and Miss Taylor and Mrs Powell were here. They left and Ramona and I had some supper.

In eve, we saw radio, and talked and went to bed about 11 o’clock.