1095 Green Ave
April 26, 1912
I am so sorry to hear of you again taking care of the sick. Never mind just four weeks from tomorrow and I shall be home.
I resigned on Monday. We all did. I am wondering what Dr. Villard is thinking of. His Board should ask the reason for our resignation. They will have a hard time to get people just to step in and run everything.
Tuesday, Marion and I were out at Annie Telfer's. Romeo has been away for a few days but returned yesterday. He and Marion were out last night.
Have I written you to say I was at MacDonald on Saturday. Had a nice visit with Flora. Tomorrow night is her last dance of the season. She has invited Ross but I don't think he will be able to go. It is so near exams.
Mrs Ellis is giving a party for Miss Gluire tomorrow night as she is leaving for Ottawa. I am asked will have a chance to wear my little blue silk.
I have been so busy this week that I can't seem to remember anything at all. Have the Skinners come into town?
It is so cold these last few days I am wondering if I shall need one of my print dresses. I intended ironing them when I could be home at Easter.
I am writing Miss Maslie to tell her I have resigned. How I wish I could have a good talk with her over some things.
How is Florence getting along, also Grandma? So Evan McIver is going to run against Peter? I am wondering if it will be a hot election. Give me the news.
Wrote father after seeing Flora. I must say I don't care much for Mabel Shaw. I don't think Flora likes her very well either but the time will soon pass now.
Will look for your letters