Monday, April 5, 2010

April 5, 1920

After a fine nights rest, an orange eaten before rising, an early turn on the deck and breakfast, we are enjoying our steamer chair. The wind is a little stronger to-day but the sea is calm and everybody on deck is reading, writing, visiting, crocheting and apparently having a good time. Children are jumping the rope, playing games and some of the little ones have “Kiddie-Cars.”

The program for this evening will be varied, with Mrs. Maud Perkins presiding. I, among others, am asked to perform.

The ship’s log says we have traveled 398 miles to-day. The Stewardess says there are no steps available for getting into my berth. I see where I must develop into an athelete.

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