Here are some excerpts I feel show her most creative writing. It was amazing what she could write in only four short little lines!
I don’t know what I like so much about this one, but I do.
Sunday, March 18th, 1934
Here it is after 11 and I have just finished my homework. I am so tired but I have the radio turned low and it keeps me going. My neck feels as though it has a weight on it.
She needed to write a book. Many books, actually.
Monday, March 19th, 1934
It is so hot in bookkeeping that it sizzles. The looks Miss Dawling hands us out would keep us in ice all summer.
See why reading these journals is so fun?
Tuesday, March 20th, 1934
Necks wriggled down into collars in freezing weather and taking a pleasant walk. If we aren’t a couple of palookas.
Stop it. Too much!
Sunday, March 25th, 1934
The morning half of this day was our typical zephyr blown spring day but the other half was not.
This one is my favorite.
Sunday, March 11th, 1934
At exactly this minute, 20 min after 11 PM I opened my eyes for the first time upon this upside-down world. That was 16 yrs ago. I have the biggest birthday cake. I blew out all the candles at once. SSS bought me a chemise. I do hope my wish will come true.