This entry contains 2 image(s).
[From Peter's Morgue:]
(In Margaret Ll.D.’s writing – December 1906)
You ought to be in bed.
Good night, my Margaret – you are very kind to us. [Crossed out: It's a great thing for us to have you.]I was just explaining to Sylvia that why I sit so silent isn’t because I’m gloomy, but because it’s an effort to work my jaw.
As H. Said. “Your giant hand of help.”
I’m quite happy - This last 6 months has been the happiest of my life - I’ve received so much kindness.
I’m afraid your cold must have made it difficult to help. You saw H.M. I hope we shall have a nurse tomorrow. I am sure it is (best).
(You don’t know what you are doing for us) - Bless my bones.
There aren't any comments on this entry, click add comment to be the first!