Friday, April 19, 2013
Journal Entry – October 30, 1947
I had my palm read and I must put it down before it eludes me. I shall live perhaps to my seventies, my life broken up by sickness until that time. Up until the time I was fifteen I was greatly dependent upon my parents for ideas – now I think for myself. I am to be more or less the master of my fate, but my heart rules my head. I am inclined to worry and am not practical. I shall marry twice – the second marriage will be successful. I shall not marry until I’m about 25 or 30.
(Sarah was 20 years old when she wrote this and attending Hood College. She married (once) at age 25 and died at age 67. - SFS)