can understand that if they had happened to arrive on the eve of one of our frequent moves, they might have had to be left behind unread. Not that they would have been wasted then, for our successors would doubtless have enjoyed them: but that they will do eventually as it is.
I am charmed to learn from Marjorie's letters that "Life" has at last come into its own again at McMaster. There are a number of good things in the Garden of Eden Number. I like best the "Loyalty" picture where the dog follows Adam & Eve out of the garden. The funniest thing I think is the skating scene: "Oh! I say, old Top!"
How interesting for the Mac girls to be going into munitions. They will have a ripping time
Trotter, Bernard Freeman, Letter, 29 March 1917