Letter - Ethelwyn Wetherald to Mrs. Page 1921
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A letter from Ethelwyn Wetherald to Mrs. Page. In the letter she mentions some hardships with her brother Herbert, "I am very busing, as usual, dividing my time up between my brother, the housework, the writing I love to do and the letters that must be written_! When Sam told me to throw the old socks and shirts into the rag bag and send for new strong ones at his expense I never hesitated a moment. This sick brother is really better. He is out every day in all kinds of weather and has been to Welland several times by train. But though he is the best educated of us all, he can't bear to read or write or tax his brain in the least - and his sleep is still pretty scanty. He is thinking of going to some sanitarium before the winter is over, and I hope he can get up courage enough to make a start as then we can all return to a more normal way of living."