My dear Frank,
I am enjoying my self very much here - altho' Tuesday evening hangs ominously over my head. I have not read the address in the chapel yet - the seniors had It all day yesterday rehearsing. I do not feel much alarmed as the time draws near. If I only knew more about the essays of the graduating class I should feel better or worse. I should hate to compare unfavorably with them. It will soon be over, any-way - bad or good. I have been to two parties.
and alumnae in her department (the Astronomical) and we take our refresh-ments under the big Telescope - in the dome. She is very bright and we all had a jolly good time. I find myself quite a "some body"— every one who was here when I was seems glad to see me - and it is all very nice-
But how I do miss those who were here when I was- and it seems so strange to have such a busy time going on and for me to be so much at leisure for when I was here I was always in the thickest of the fray. I am going out this morning for a walk over the grounds. They are looking very beautiful now. I will tell you now the plan I had partially made out for us- to be married about 10.30 A.M. then have a lunch- and take some kind of convey-ance for us all- viz- Sarah, Mary,^Geo. whoever comes with you and ourselves- and go to Wil's that afternoon - go from there to the Caves the next day
Thursday- stay there until Monday and be back to Portsmouth in time to leave the next Wednesday- The river may
remember, I am always-
P.S, The change back to Cincin was all right. It dawned upon me after I had written to you - what you meant.
[Annie (Glidden) Houts, '69,
To Frank M. Houts j