October, 1926, Sunday 10

When I have least to do, then I take the longest time to do it. Yet I had a lot of free time to-day. Dr. Frend, a young Hungarian, studied in Vienna, and who is eminent as a doctor, was for tea. His English is…

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October, 1926, Saturday 16

Made a good general Confession to-day and attended Retreat well. Col. Brase was there to-day, and when I came home at 7 from Retreat, Mammie and Páp and he had gone to Horgans’ for supper. – We up at Farran Ferris are very conservative in…

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October, 1926, Sunday 24

The children at the 10 o’clock Mass to-day in St. Patrick’s sang very sweetly. Every Sunday morning I have a terrible headache, which destroy my reading or stamp-arranging I may do during the day. The church and then working till 1 or 2 probably give…

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November, 1926, Monday 1

The Feast of All Saints. Went to Holy Communion. The bliss of a free day! Wrote to Joe and Fräulein Engelmann, piano and harmony, and settled down to enjoy myself. Finished ‘The Blindness of Dr. Gray’. I enjoyed it immensely. It taught me what wonders…

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