had to take a rest, and she would lie down full length in the middle of the field. And this is not an exception; every one in France is the same; hard toil is the order of the day.
A copy of "Ruskin" by Collingwood, borrowed from the Y.M. proved very interesting for a couple of days. The more I think of the man's doctrine of Truth & Sincerity in all things, the more I admire his life & example.
The fact of his constant friendship with the 'seer of Chelsea' sufficiently commends him to my sympathy. I think his efforts to improve the outlook upon life of the world's workers are of most noteworthy significence.
June 13. Practically better now. I took a walk to Contay to see Alan. After meeting him, we two and Jim Brooks had café together.
Miss [indecipherable] wrote, speaking of Ken's death. I did not,