Oh man, reading real shorthand is much harder than just what me and my study buddy have been trading back and forth! But it's excellent practice, so thank you.
I couldn't understand a lot of it, unfortunately. Here's what I got, plus my guesses at the outlines I couldn't puzzle out:
"Hi! I understand your shorthand notes G-F I read your lesson log O-M-E-TH U-TH D-?-E-SH. I D-U-SH-TH no A-N-E-TH-SH-N in R-E life(?) K-? notes shorthand. But(?) that's(?) T-U-B also-?."
Pretty good. " Hi I understand your shorthand notes because I read your lesson log on the other discussion. I don't know anyone in real life who knows shorthand. But that's to be expected." It's also possible I made errors in my Shorthand notes.
Notice how my "because" letter "k" is shorter then my "L" in the line below. The "g" and "L" should be the same size in length.
"Gregg Shorthand had achieved the most extraordinary success ever attained by any system in the history of shorthand." John Robert Gregg, 1922