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He is so anxious to get well.

Since I haven't too much to tell you about Home affairs - I turn promptly to replies to your letters: Let me see! I got them in such funny manner later ones first!

My God - I'm afraid to look - Oh! Oh! April 10 - But - look - the next letters to 4/20 have <?> been checked off - or as I read them over I have answered all to be be answered - Tee - he! Phooey - I'm so anxious to get up to date - I'm going to answer only the salient remarks in your letters - or am I? Let me see.

In 4/20 - You got yourself a dose of Spring fever - You don't know darling how lucky you were because - at least you saw a Spring - Act <?> - Well - maybe that's just as well - as if I needed Spring to turn "my fancy" - 6 hours difference between our time - practically a working day - When I go to sleep at my hours (1 A.M.) you are getting up - Wow! No letter - dated 4/12 - 4/13 - Roosevelt - etc - darling - & about the house (128) -

Next letter - 4/18 - (not answered I mean) - Re: your Party - & dancing - Dearest - if you'd only listen to me - & lose all your self-consciousness about your dancing - you have all the makings of a dancer - lightness - nimbleness - Oh Well - I'll wait & dance with you - Gee! Will you dance with me? I forgot how to dance myself - (Maybe!)

4/1920 - Nothing new. Except - Dishes! Wowie! Nice, eh?

4/21 - Some description of the "lady entrepreneurs" - Can you blame them - they are hungry - their men have been away for a long time - Or is that why they are in business?

4/22 I had completely forgotten to ask Tippie about the ping-pong ball - but now I have.