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Tuesday, 7 o'clock afternoon, worked well in the office now at home. No mail, just your whos who and the few words you wrote in a hurry for me- Where are you going in such a hurry?

Today is hot. I slept 10 hours last night and I'm well and rested. I feel like going to a movie but I have to go to dinner at Monroe (he probably wants something)

Yesterday I was at Vogue magazine and one of the old women there called Jessica Daves says she admires your paintings very much and congratulated me for being your husband.

I shouldn't really write you so often but I like you and I want you to like me. 

Good evening dear, (have to rush to dinner)
Yours ever,
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