1904 (Monday) – I feel like this is one of my blue days as the children (Alfred Oscar, Jr., Lillian and Charles Gilbert Lunt) have been so full of mischief. They first started in by making mud pies, then they turned the tap on full force and ran and jumped in the water. I brought them in the house, took off their wet shoes and stockings and when I came back into the kitchen Alfred was washing his sister and had her head soaking wet, later they got soot all over the floor. By this time I was glad to take the children over to Mother’s (Caroline Webb) for awhile.
Oscar’s (Alfred Oscar Lunt) father (Alfred Lunt) left for the sheep herd where Oscar is working.
Minnie Jenkins, my nearest neighbor, came in for a little while. In the evening I attended a party given by the Stake Presidency and High Council at the home of my Grandfather Sperry (Charles Sperry). I enjoyed myself very much. Mother came and slept with me and Alfred and Lillian slept over to her place.