Cloudy, Rainy Weather then Clear.
I think it must have rained almost all night, and all day today it has been blowing almost a gale. This has in fact, been a typical March day. This morning the clouds were banked high, then it cleared and cloudy again with rain, hail and snow and so it has been all day.
I have worked all day today and covered the same territory as February 9th. Ruth took her baby to the doctor today (Dr. Hogg in Newport News). We have noticed for some time that there is something wrong with his eyes. Dr. Hogg says he has a cataract in the left eye. The baby is four months old. I am going with she and Fleming tomorrow to take the baby to Richmond to the eye specialist.
Tuesday, March 10, 1942
Today I went with Ruth and Fleming to Richmond to take the baby to Dr. Thomason. He says the baby has a cataract in the left eye and is apparently developing one on the right eye. He says he can help him and told them to come back in three weeks. I do hope and pray the baby will be able to see.
I went to the Methodist Publishing House and 1000 Quotable Poems.
Wednesday, March 11, 1942
I have worked in Gloucester all day today. Tonight, I led the mid-week Prayer Service and talked briefly on the subject: “What Manner of Man is this?” the question asked when Jesus had stilled the waters.
Thursday, March 12, 1942
Tonight, I went to a meeting of our Board of Stewards at Bethel. I am the Secretary. This morning I finished my work in Gloucester for the week.
Friday, March 13, 1942
Tonight, I went to Church for a meeting of the Board of Christian Education. We discussed the Sunday School generally and decided to have an Easter Egg hunt for the little Children.
Saturday, March 14, 1942
Sunday March 15, 1942
We did not have a large attendance this morning. However, we had a nice Sunday School. We took an offering from the entire School for Worth Savages, who has recently been in the hospital for an appendectomy. The offering amounted to $29.00.