|Collection||Kate Strong Historical Library|
|Dates of Creation||1909/01/24|
|Scope & Content||
Jan 24th 1909
My dear dear Daisy-
I have been quite laid up with muscular rheumatism - or I would have been more a regular if not more interesting correspondent.
The worst at least the most trying part is that a patient cannot tell when a cure is perfected as it takes liberty of coming "around again" like the old Punch & Judy affairs - when least expected.
Let me thank you just here for your last dear
Kind letter with most unexpected but welcome enclosure.
Never the less why did you inquire after the Archdeacon boys-when I am stronger and less nervous I will tell you. Just now I am cramped. In time-any minute a messenger may stop for this, so please excuse scrawly writing & e-
Evelina calls out from the kitchen tell Daisy I will write to her-but I won't do it for she is not as good as her word about writing holds & moves her pen as if it were a paint brush-She sends lots of love to each & all - & so do I