Quite cool this morning. Something remarkable for me, laid abed till sunrise, then arose and had breakfast before any one was ready. We all spent the day pleasantly, I believe, and after dinner, Bill hitched up George and Phil to the wagon and carried the whole company to Enfield, with the exception of little Carrie and myself, and I permitted Ellen to take her out to play. So the house was quiet for once. They returned after dark, went by the C. H. and left Mag and Lou Lipscomb and Stuart. – – Martha came to see me today. Sent Patsy cabbage plants by her and let her gather a few strawberries for Mr. Powell.