Sunday, July 26, 1885 A letter from Wilmurt tells me he has shipped my two frames. I hope to get them tomorrow and now will show my picture to a few of my friends. I mended the gray pitcher which was broken a few days ago by the leaf of the hall table falling down upon it. Wrote to Janette Hubbard and to Wilmurt. Called down at John McEntees before tea and met Julia Dillon coming up here. She said they were all coming up after tea which they did. We had a fine sunset and a most rich and beautiful twilight. The wind has blown from the North all afternoon and there is an agreeable change in the temperature.