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”A Letter to Miss Lo Pixie (Dated April 27)”
I am afraid that what needs to be said cannot be written on frail parchment.
What I can say is this, my girl. I have written you a hundred letters that wound up in my cook-fire, some, I will admit, were quite cruel. Give me but a little more time, and I shall have a home for myself, and should be glad to welcome you to it.
P.S. If you wish to have someone with you when first we meet again, I shall understand perfectly. Certainly I have done little to earn you trust, but as you said, I have had quite a change of heart of late and am ready to, ah, try again with you.
Comment by Zaida Marie Thibideaux Gearbox on April 27, 2010 at 3:23pm
Ah’ll go wid you if’n you wants, Lo. We can takes Kitty.
LoPixie Artful Comment by LoPixie Artful on April 27, 2010 at 10:59pm
*clutches phaedra’s letter, a little wide-eyed* … thankyou, zaida… it might be wise to be circumspect, mightn’t it?…
Mr Underby Comment by Mr Underby on April 28, 2010 at 9:17am
*reads a carbon copy of the letter to Lo in a far away land*
*crumples it up and tosses it into a nearby bonfire*
*screams are heard in the distance*
Zaida Marie Thibideaux Gearbox Comment by Zaida Marie Thibideaux Gearbox on April 28, 2010 at 10:47am
You jes’ lemme know when, Lo. Me an’ Kitty will go wid you.