Tuesday, 29th May, 1866

Threatening for rain all day, indeed it did rain in the evening. Patsy set out a square of cabbage plants. – – Bill having corn shelled this evening, then finished transplanting potato plants, some five or six thousand in all. I have churning done every other day. Make a nice parcel of butter since selling the calves. – – Patsy’s out this morning, got breakfast and I cooked dinner. Mrs. Lipscomb came for some corn. She carried ½ bushel and half pound butter. Nan finished off a white body today.