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Just Eddy


Quick response. How did what happen so fast? They gave me a lift home, that’s all. And I doubt that it’s sex appeal. (From the bawdy expressions you use I don’t think the nuns’ lessons have had any marked effect on you!) A few things Edward mentioned lead me to infer that he may be interested in writing or the writing class. He has a kind of fascination with the whole idea. Or he may simply like the idea of being in a room filled with women. He may be just Eddy, after all.

Wonderfully painful line from Moore – I’d like to borrow the book when you’re finished reading it. I think most men don’t suffer much when it comes to how they look as they age. They seem comfortable in public, at the beach or walking around a room naked: any age, any shape. Maybe it’s because men are not scrutinized like women are - i.e. Lloyd Robertson (can you name any female anchors his age?) But that discussion is for another time. 

Just got back from seeing An Education, a fascinating movie. I’m sure you’d enjoy both the subject and the times in which it’s set. It’s a coming-of-age story about a precocious teenage girl in 1960s suburban London, going to an all girls’ private school and hoping to get into Oxford. Her life changes when she meets a man (playboy and conman) twice her age. It’s beautifully shot, well acted (great script), and a thoughtful look at the mores of the times.  

Watching the Olympics certainly does renew one’s patriotism and sense of appreciation for the youth of our country. 

Yes, we have to plan your visit to Franklin. Can you make it early on Monday, so we can talk? 


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