United Kingdom, September 6, 1937
The days of September are very nice when the sun is shining and it is not too hot. The the we don’t like is that the nights are drawing in. Still, there are many nice fays left and we must make the best of them. There are many nice things because the gardeners are collecting the fruits and if we happen to pass we might get a few plums or apples. The swallows are flying away to there winter home. The farmers are collecting the corn and wheet for storing for the winter. September nights are just as nice as the days becase some-times you see a full moon which is called the Harvest moon. On Harvest Sunday you take fruit to church.