This letter has been interrupted so
may times by people calling to
tell me how glad they were to hear
of your safe return. First Dr. Aime
who told me how wonderful your
trip had been, and that really
they were feeling very anxious about
you in the survey, even Dr. Selwyn
saying that it was a very serious
thing that you had undertaken.
How proud I am dear, to think
that you carried it through so
successfully! Don't you think it
very thoughtful of Dr. Aime to call
and tell me?
Now Elle and her niece have just
gone. She is so sweet and was so
lovely all the time that I met her.
The weary waiting has been ours, while
you have had the hard work but-
now it is over for us both.
I don't know whether you received
the letters which I sent you to
Cumberland House, but if you did
you will know how the summer was