Sundays With Satie: Week 8

The continuing saga of 13-year old Satie Latie near the town of Bath in the year 1900.This week features a false leap year, snow and the fourth and fifth deaths mentioned in two months.

Monday, February 26, 1900

A stormy day. I went to school. Let staid all night to Aunt Zills.

Tuesday, February 27, 1900

A nice day cold. I went to school. Let came home from Aunt Zill’s in the forenoon. Jim took a lod of buck wheat to Bath. Mr. and Mrs. went away from Addies down to Eva.

Wednesday, February 28, 1900

A stormy day. I went to school. Pa and Ma went up to Uncle Andrews towad night. Pa took some wheat to mill.

February 29, 1900

A stormy day. Snowed all  day long when we got up in the morning there was 18 inches of snow it fell during the night. the was a grat deal more snow at night than in the morning I did not go  to school. I could not get there.
This year was not a leap yea. I had not to have aught to aught to have not written on this page but made a mistake and did.

Thursday, March 1, 1900

A stormy day. Snowed all  day long when we got up in the morning there was 18 inches of snow it fell during the night. the was a great deal more snow at night than in the morning I did not go  to school. I could not get there.
Pa got home at night from Uncle Andrews was nearly all day coming had a wagon he brought the grist home. Ma staid up to Uncle Andrews. Mrs. Smith Vangorder died at half past four o’clock p.m.

Friday, March 2, 1900

A terrible day. Blowed and drifted all day. I could not get to school. Ma was at Aunt Add’s

Saturday, March 3, 1900

A quite a nice day the wind did not blow any to speak. Ma was at Aunt Add’s. Jim and Pa shoveled out some. There was 2 or 3 teams went by. Ed L was in here 2 or three times.

Sunday, March 4, 1900

A nice fore-noon. Stormed in the afternoon. Uncle Charles was up in the afternoon. I went down to Addie’s a little while in the after-noon. Aunt Add Hutches died at 6 o’clock

 

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