Monday morning and still having fair weather. It will be nice for the fair this week which opens tomorrow. John is going tomorrow evening for the opening with the Band. I haven’t found anyone yet to take Mark Friday but maybe Dorothy will be taking Betty and Buddy and Mark will go with them. Yesterday being Sunday we had a few callers. Mrs. Roberts came over and visited a little while. She said she wanted to bring Joe’s Dad over but he has been so busy now that Earl is gone too. One day he had seven deliveries-not all in the hospital either. While Arlene was in the hospital Dr. Cole had three at St. E. in one day. He told me when he was here Thurs. he averaged one a day. He told me to send a specimen down with someone and Arlene Sondgerath was operated on for appendicitis this morning so her mother took a package to the hospital for me. She wanted to know if I would be going down while she has to go-suggested she take me down. I told her it wouldn’t be too soon to suit me but that it isn’t quite time. I am beginning to count the days now. Should be not more than three weeks now. I got quite a shock last night. Lucile J. was here and told me she was booked for the stork in about four months. I could hardly believe my ears when she told me. She thought I knew, that I had noticed, but I hadn’t.
I have been taking shots of liver & Vit B. the needle was so dull Margaret K. took it for Bud to sharpen, so now maybe it will be a little easier to give myself a shot. Ruthie M. called me last night. Your mother had written to her that I wasn’t feeling so well so they were anxious to know how I felt. I told her I was able to be up again. They would have come over but for the tire situation. Our tires haven’t been used the last three weeks but will get a run soon