The Jervis McEntee Diaries - June 11, 1885

Diary Entry:

Thursday, June 11, 1885 Picked our first peas today. The paper hanger finished my fathers room and Sara had it all put in order after a thorough cleaning and it looks very fresh and nice. Took my father out for a ride with Billy after dinner. We went to Eddyville, then to Greenkill Mill and home through Kingston. Met "Jory" (Robt. Fleming)[.] Girard and Ike North went fishing out to Leggs Mill but caught only a few small fish. Am pretty tired tonight. Had an hour in my studio this morning and made another small sketch of the Paestum. Wrote to Mary. My carbuncle is nearly well although it is still a little irritating.

< Previous Entry | Next Entry >