June 21st, 1908
I finished my book this morning.
We went out to Wellesley, had our lunch, and then drove around with Lenora, who showed us the College Buildings. We drove around to Dana Hall and the Walnut Hill School. It was all mighty pretty. We saw Miss Osgood and called there and at Cousin Mary’s, but neither of them were at home.
I was sick and went right to bed sleeping two solid hours before bed time.
Aline remains frightened of the forest and the bend at Old Orchard. She makes herself quite ill with terror each night before bed. Lenora suggested I take Aline out to White Orchard to quell her fear, but this might only worsen Aline’s night terrors. I am uncertain about taking Lenora’s advice, even though she is one of my oldest and dearest friends.