"The heat has come back with a bang. We have had wonderful, cool weather since we were home until today.
We are all dreading next week. We've slept late too long and next week we all have to start trotting early. Piano classes begin Monday but school won't start for the children until Wednesday. Ann simply can't wait. She is so restless and wants to go right now. Bob will be glad too but is always busy. B took him to get shoes today.
You can't imagine the good the kids have had out of those feed sacks sewed together. They have made tents, camped out and I don't know what all with it. You wouldn't find a toy that would give them any more fun. I still haven't got their pillow cases made from the other printed sacks but will soon.
I haven't mentioned your Sunday School deal to Bob but I will. It might work and I wish it would but I'm rather doubtful. Ann wants a Bible to take to S.S. with her so we are going to get her one tomorrow.
I hope Beulah is all right now. Tell her I like my permanent fine. It is still nice and soft.
Did I tell you the Japanese high school girl is not coming to Normal? The missionaries found her a place in Michigan with a conscientious objector and family. They chose this home because of the family's anti-war feelings.
I told you about writing to a family in Ohio that is going to our university in Japan on Fulbright this year. They stopped to see us last Saturday. They were on their way to Seattle.
Lots of love,