Dear Mother + Father,
The doctor's office is chucked full again, but I am third on the waiting list.
The only assigned prepara-tion I have for tomorrow is French. By George, that is some cramming course. I shall have to study for the exam.
I just read [I. P's] speech while waiting here. The next best thing to being an I.P., I guess, is to be an I.P's daughter. I wish I could have been in the audience. Pete + I are pretty good at watch-ing you be an I.P.
Yesterday afternoon I read the English exam essay twice
I also [ 150] pages
I took the math quizz yesterday during chapel time. Of course when the 50 minutes were up. I put it back in the envelope. Helen Reid and I were talking the quizz over, + we discovered a boneheaded mistake I made. Katheryn
Altogether I consider yes-terday well-spent, something I cannot often say. I read make-up French last night. I have not finished it yet. The Juniors + the Seniors who are taking that course are dropping it next semester. We had a cleaning up process in Math + Latin today. I hope that [water] comes soon.