January: visit with Ernest Moule to Thomas Hardy: "He wished to visit the shrine of the great man and see his heavy green pines and sacrificial stone. She was a disillusion!" (The stone may refer to a large stone found buried in the garden at Max Gate, or to the stone seat and table in the garden, where he sometimes wrote. "She was a disillusion" may possibly refer to Emma Lavinia, Hardy's first wife. June: visit with her brother Bosworth to Thomas Hardy. August: "Had a tea with the Hardy's [at Upper Bockhampton] in their green dark romantic garden. It was delicious, and the talk of the daughters who showed us their treasures and the 90 year old Mrs Hardy, in its salt and savour made the ordinary party talk insipid by contrast". December: "went to ask after old Mrs Hardy: ill, sat with the daughters and came back over the [vast?] heath".