I hope Dad had as nice a day for his birthday at home as we had here; it has been perfectly gorgeous and you ought to have seen the beautiful red sunset we had this evening.
This morning we had Dr. [Judson] of N.Y. to preach (he is Miss Margaret Judson’s father,) and he was simply splendid. This morning he preached on, “Christian tranquility,” and this evening he gave us a nice talk instead of our [having] chapel. I wish it wasn’t so hard to hear in the chapel for it is very tiring to keep
Thursday afternoon I went over to Miss Taylor’s to tea and it is so nice to have her back again. Both Mrs. [Prexy] and Prexy have had the grippe, but they are practically well now.
Friday Louisa [Chapin] finally arrived after much hustling to and fro and missings of trains, etc., and we are all crazy about her. Saturday was another glorious day after a regular April thunder-shower in the morning, and Rose Brown and I took a grand walk out the Hackensack Road and up Cedar Ridge. The wind on Cedar Ridge made
I guess my news budget is exhausted. But my love isn’t! And here is a lot for everybody --
P.S. You needn’t worry about K. Taylor. She is far from having the measles, and is working herself to death over “Miscellany” work!
Dr. Alexander MacCoy
Mrs. William P. Logan
Overbrook Ave. and 58th St.