Monday, December 31 Monday. The last day of the year. Booo-Hooo. You have brought suffering to great many people 1917 but we wouldn’t appreciate peace if we didn’t have it, I suppose. It is nearly 12! I finished tatting a collar for mother and my day scarf. The cay was lovely but cold. Father and Mr, Johnson went to the city. All’s well but it is not quite ended. “My Life” looks into 1918 with me. Good-Bye, Good-Bye
Be to others kind and true as you have others be to you.
Never tell a black lie, Tell a little whine one. if there’s reason. Always be a friend in need.
Be kind to dumb animals.
Do not talk bad of others behind their back.
Save elders all work possible.
Always be polite.
Never be “stuck up”.
Never be boisterous.
I have so far saved $5 since Christmas.
Miriam and Mildred Sorello, Grace Sampson and Marjory Wright and I are trying to earn enough money to buy a boat and canoe besides our camping outfit.