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SAT NITE 9:30 -- EERO THE CENCOR HELD UP THE LETTER OF LAST NITE UNTIL NOW TO READ IT BECAUSE IT DEALT WITH RATHER DELICATE THINGS --- HE DECIDED THAT IT WAS OK TO SEND IF ALINE READS IT AND REMEMBERS WITH EVERY WORD THAT I LOVE YOU VERY VERY MUCH -- I DONT KNOW EXACTLY HOW I HAVE COME TO LOVE YOU SO MUCH CONSIDERING THE VERY STORMY PERIOD I HAVE JUST COME OUT OF -- I GUESS THAT IS WHAT IT ALL DEALT WITH ------YOUR LETTER ARRIVED THE ONE INCLUDING BATH TUB POETRY --- I RECIVEVED IT IN A MEETING AND IT WAS VERY DIFFICULT TO WAIT THRU THE WHOLE MEETING TO READ IT. -- IT WAS A VERY VERY BEAUTIFUL WARM -- OPEN ARMS LETTER -- IT EXPRESSED ABOVE ALL A YEARNING TO EXPAND OUR TOGETHERNESS AND ALSO AN EAGERNESS TO CONVEY TO ME YOUR LIFE ---THAT IS WHY I LOVED IT. -----DARLING I AM TERRIBLY EAGER TO JUST TALKE ABOUT YOU AND MY WITCH DOCTOR TO WHOM I HAVE PLANNED TO SAY MANY MANY THINGS TRAVELS [[strikethrough]] AS [[strikethrough]] [[insertion]] SO [[/insertion]] MUCH AS I DO [[insertion]] & THEREFORE WE NEVER GET TOGETHER [[/insertion]] AND I REALLY LOOK FOREWARD TO SEEING HIM. ------ MERL ARMITAGE (LOOK ART DIRECTOR) WAS HERE FOR DINNER WITH LAST WORD IN NEW WIFE A FRENCH GIRL WHO SEEMED VERY NICE. -- -HE IS AN OLD FRIEND FROM THE WAR DAYS. -- DO YOU KNOW HIM -- HE IS VERY LOUD AND OPINIONATED BUT HAS A GOOD HEART.
I AM LOOKING FOREWARD SO MUCH TO COMING EAST -- SEEING YOU -- WE COULD FIGURE IT OUT MANY WAYS -- WOULD YOU HAVE A CAR? - I COULD EASELY RENT ONE BUT IT WONT BE A CONVERTABLE -- WE COULD PERHAPS START DRIVING FRIDAY P.M. AND STAY SOMEWHERE AND THAN SEE BERTOIAS THINGS AND THAN DRIVE ON -- I ONCE DROVE [[strikethrough]] TH [[/strikethrough]] THRU THAT PART OF THE COUNTRY WITH GEORG NELSON -- YEARS AGO -- THE BARNS ARE VERY BEAUTIFUL -- I THINK.
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