My dearest Husband,
I was very pleased to get your letter this morning, I am so glad you were all able to see the King & Queen, but it was a pity it was wet, here, the morning was wet but after breakfast it cleared up & was a nice bright day.
I expect Juliet was very delighted to see the Royalty & I hope the girls enjoyed the big Bazaar.
After all I did go to the Exhibition yesterday, Polly was going with me, but was a bit headachy, so did not venture, but Mary’s cold being better, she came with me.
We had two or three hours there & saw the beautiful work, screens pottery etc. There were very few people there, although it was so near to the closing day. Jack & George are coming tomorrow to spend the afternoon. This morning I have been helping Mary to alter & mend some of the cassocks at the church, we had about two hours in the vestry. I am going to drive over to Petersham this afternoon & call on Mrs Charles Hunt, I telephoned to enquire if she would be at home.
I hope you are all getting on well in my absence & that you dear, do not miss me too much. I am sorry to have missed those two callers, it generally does happen so.
I must stop now & go & change my dress.
With much love to you all
Your loving wife
Eugénie N Sladden