In which Laurel and I go to Children’s Fairyland.
Archive for 1972
A brief placeholder postcard about an unsent letter.
Assorted life updates, including thoughts about me and stuffed animals. “sometimes [your presents] sit around for a year or even more before their true worth is appreciated.”
In which “It was very nice of you to send” various items.
Birthday letter to George. “my goodness, you Hartmans can be wierd, sometimes.”
Marcy tells George and Helen about Peter’s suddenly dire academic situation, and I tell them about my Play-Doh coin press. “I have a play-doh game. It’s about the play-doh getting squeezed out and it will make a king and a queen.”
In which balloon stationery makes me think of The Red Balloon.
In which everyone is very busy in the run-up to Peter’s graduation from Berkeley. “ARGH. So much is happening.”
A postcard that just has my name written on it.
A thank-you note, some status updates, and some discussion of the difficulty of growing cactuses and other plants.