any taste in arranging her hair.
Aug. 18, Friday
Just returned from a visit to Woodstock, where I had a perfectly charming time.
Ella Daniel wrote for Minnie Evans to bring out a party of us to spend a few days at her house, and fortunately left the selection of the guests to Minnie.
Nine of us went out Thursday morning came in while I was sweeping the parlor, to invite Garnett, Mett, and me to a party at his house.
Then came John Ficklen with Ella Daniel, now on a visit to Minnie Evans, and Anna Robertson and Dr. Calhoun dropped in later.
I had my head tied up in a veil to keep the dust off, and a linen apron round my waist.
They called me and relieved myself by taking a good cry, while Metta, like Rachael-refused to be comforted.
But we had not long to indulge our feelings, for we had promised Minnie Evans to go to a dance she was giving for Ella Daniel, and we always stand by Minnie, though we would both a great deal rather have stayed at home.
I was so tired t