June 26th

This morning have been putting away every vestige of winter clothing. It will be a long time before we need it again. The weather has been delightful and until this morning have not found my delaine dress too warm but after breakfast was glad to change it for a summer dress. At the commencement of warm weather I like to keep on warm clothing as long as possible so that the change may be all the more delightful.

Our wind for the last two or three days has been light – today made 159 miles.

Williams dearest, has not as yet been able to resume his reading. It irritates his throat and ear. I syringe his ear twice everyday. He thinks it feels better today. I trust it will be quite well in a few days.

I must commence my letters either today or tomorrow.