Blacksmithing again. Till three o’clock I was alone in my room. My [?] was off on account of the decorating day which we celebrated in the afternoon. Had a splendid time. The Lodge met after the Post got through with the hall, which they did about half past eight. Got a letter from Sara darling.
Archive for May, 1870
Blacksmithing again. Worked all day at the fire making clasps, yokes, etc. Went to hang a May basket in the eve but didn’t make out.
Attended church and Sunday school. Took care of my body, book, and wrote a letter home. Took a short walk with Bullard, then went to a temperance meeting and called into Mr. Wiggins.
Blacksmithing. Jobed and made clasps for a big ice wagon which we are getting up. Met to sing with about twelve others for decoration day. Also rehearsed for the choir.
Blacksmithing again. Bolted off tires and fixed up carriage parts. Went to a lecture in the eve and also wrote a letter to my Sara.
Blacksmithing again. I ironed a wheelborough and bolted off a couple of set of wheels. Got a letter from home. All right. I feel better tonight than I did last night.
Blacksmithing again. Fixed up a buggy for Eaton. My eaten dinner didn’t sit well and gave me the collic [sic]. I didn’t go the lecture on [missing] that occurred.