Upon arising and looking out the window I saw a cloudburst of snow flakes. A short time afterwards the sun showed his bright face for the first time in days.

I walked down to the office and Jane came down later. I am catching on pretty well now and we seemed to get a good bit done today.

We were interrupted several times when we were eating our supper. Afterwards we went to County Chorus practice. Coming home we got Romaine ripping mad, but of course we shouldn't have.

It's swell moonlight.

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Apr 21, 1940 Herman Brackbill Journals Apr 23, 1940