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January 03, 1989
Scattered clouds but warmer than it’s been. Got right down to desk work. Interrupted once to pick places for planting a peach tree & an apple tree—both gifts. Problem is to keep them from blocking out our magnificent view when they grow up. Right now they are about 3 feet tall. Back to my desk—then lunch & a drop by of Ken D. & Colin. They brought me up to date on my decision & George Shultz’s to tell Gorby we’ll go for the human rights conference which will wind up in Moscow in 1991. We’ve worried about P.M. Thatcher—if she’d go along. Well I have a message from her that she will. Then 2 P.M. Dr. Bookman & staff to test me for some different allergys. Apparently I still just have the old ones. I got my usual sneeze shot. Betts B. came by to see Nancy. I went back to my desk to work on my farewell address—Peggy Noonan has sent a 1st draft.
Now it’s shower time. Dinner & bed—while T.V. experts try to discover why all of our sets are suddenly haywire. Now we learn—other people are having the same problem. It must be at the sending end.