Dearest Mother -
I did miss your letters dreadfully, but I knew that you would not let them go by without some good reason, and that I should know if there were cause to worry. So I waited. And I have been well repaid. The long Sunday letter did not come until Wednesday afternoon, as there was postage due, and this is the
Now I am going to try to answer in order - the various questions. I wore my blue serge at Clochette’s bridge party. It is becoming, and I am expecting to have many more days which are cool enough to wear it.
Have I written anything at all about Miss [Slack?]? She is charming. Not very pretty, but well dressed, “chic,” with
Thank you for the pictures. Every one of them means something to me. They are the good things crystallized.
As for the dear, dear friends, Mother, I am finding more and more that the world is full of wonderfully fine generous and lovable people. It is a good thing to think about Mrs. Mills, Mrs. Mann, Mrs. [Mepham?], Miss McNair -- and all the rest. Mother, I think Mrs Lag[...]ion (she is here now) would like to know definitely if I can visit her in August. As it is to be our last
What you learned from Miss McNair about my work is certainly good news and I am very happy over it. My work has been all right so far since the exams and I shall try to keep it so. It has not been hard to study since Easter, as it seemed almost certain to be.
There is no choice of days
The plans for West Point are this - Harry has always assured me that he wants to take me to any hop I can come to, and to let him know ‘when.’ So I wrote him, and have not
I did not get any flowers for my hat -- I do not believe it will need them --