Sunday, 12th May, 1867

Quite a pretty day, all remained at home. Mr. Cooke spent the day. He and Pigeo took a buggy ride before dinner. I remained at home on acct. of having no way to go to Church, carriage and buggy both broke. How disagreeably unpleasant to me is such a state of affairs. The day passed off pleasantly, but my conscience reproaches me because I am not spending the day as I ought, and as I would be most pleased to do, as well as my privilege. – – We all took a walk in the evening, came by to see Lucy’s family of little children.