Looking at it again, it's a bit hard to tell the shorthand from the longhand characters. So it's not bad, just hard for ME to tell the difference.
Looking at it again, I can now see you used brackets around what could be a longhand M or a gregg symbol.
Below the time and date, the second line, is that a Gregg outline or the number 26? 56? 36?
Do you see what I'm getting at? You need to make sure that you're longhand and shorthand show up different. Including numbers which can look like Gregg shorthand. I have done that before, myself, so I know.
The next thing I'd suggest is if you're going to use brackets or parantehsis, put a line through them. See this example from the Anniversary book:
"Gregg Shorthand had achieved the most extraordinary success ever attained by any system in the history of shorthand." John Robert Gregg, 1922
Ok, here's another attempt on my part. I now think the shorthand is just a very small part of this note. At the top it seems to say k-n; I don't know what that's meant to spell here. But below that we have:
5/25 2:30 - 12 26 all morning [m?] 6:30 -
I believe the extra little loops and hooks on the Gregg for "all morning" are a handwriting quirk.
Oh, and I forgot to mention that the 26 on the second line stands for 5/26. Note how it's written directly under the 25 in 5/25. The k-n at the top and the thing in the brackets (m or whatever) might be abbreviations for names of people, committees, or the like.