Hoped to hear from home today any way, but I suppose you have both been too busy to write.
Clochette and I have been having the best of times. Tuesday we went to Mount Vernon, and to the monument. The crowds are bad and the weather hot, so the sightseeing has not been
In the afternoon we saw Marie Tempest in Penelope - an attractive and clever little play. She is charming, so
This afternoon Clo gave me a bridge party and I had a wonderful time. [Connie?] took the
Miss [...ch] has not called yet, but I shall meet her Sunday any way. I forgot
I had a nice note from Judge yesterday, and a letter from Doss.
Clochette and I have made great plans for the
I have an awful fever blister on my mouth, which I hope will disappear before Saturday.
Tomorrow night we are going to the opera -- my first. I am prepared to enjoy it. It is in French, so I shall understand a little.
Clochette says to give you her love.