In which Peter consults the I Ching about whether Grandpa George should retire or not. Plus a side note from me that says “We'll send you an Easter present even if you don't send us an Easter present, and you can send your Easter present a little later than Easter, if you want to send one.”
Archive for 1974
A brief thank-you note from me.
Peter makes plans for a visit from George and Helen. “Our delight was boundless when we learned that you could get away for a week to come & visit us.”
A placeholder postcard saying that a letter is coming soon.
A note to let George and Helen know that two of the foster kids had bullied me once.
General life updates from Marcy, on a fairly wide variety of topics. “How I would love to be typing this[,] so you could read it as well as having it—but ya can’t have everything, I guess.”
A dozen daily lists of things that Marcy was grateful for.
The only recipe that I have in Marcy’s handwriting.
In which Jed writes his name, the alphabet, some book titles, and some knock-knock jokes.
In which we get a foster dog, and Marcy and Robert and the dog do a late-night drive to pick up George from the airport. “they’d been adopted by ‘the most wonderful puppy in the world’ but their landlady was very uptight about dogs…”