0023Sunday. Feb. 3rd 1850.
Clear, fine day; high winds.
I took the children to Church,
G. complained of not feeling very well [,] remained at home.
The wind blew very hard, like March, it became very cold at night. Julia & Remsen went to dine with their Grandmother, returned home before a slight snow squall.
Eugene took tea with us, went to hear Mr [Cheiver] on behalf of the poor children in our streets.
I sent a note to C. by sis. She sent me the ‘Review on Alice’, written by Dr Turner.
Louis and his father walked to the Reservoir. I did not encounter wind after dinner.
Sat on G.s lap ten minutes, he roasted me before the fire. Julia was surprised at my ease of manners.