March 11, ‘08
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This can only be [scribble], for this is my “busy day”. Your letters telling of the birds and Spring-like things at home made me envious. We are way behind you, although today does feel a lot like Spring but we still have some snow left from Friday’s storm.
I had my second physical examination yesterday, and you needn’t worry about my health; I have gained six pounds!! That makes me weigh 137 gym. weight. Heaven knows what I’ll weigh if I keep on at that rate!
The Miscellany elections have “took place,” and Ruth Hanigan is Editor-in-Chief (Jean knows her) and Frances Cutler is of the Senior (!) Editors for next year, and Katherine Taylor is one of the
This week has been pretty stupid so far, so there’s no more news.
I am past [panicking] crazy to see you. I’ll write you about Mary C. just as soon as I find out myself! Her family [seems] undecided as to what they want her to do, and won’t say. I’m sorry to put you [in] trouble about it.
Bye bye now -
Love to all
Postmark: Poughkeepsie MAR II 1908 NY
Dr. Alexander W. MacCoy
Mrs. William P. Logan
Overbrook Ave. and 58th St.