Letters

Apr. 12th, 2010 11:59 pm
janebecomes: (a writer)
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My dear Tom,

I think you would be quite amused by quite how long it took me to write this simple note to you. Yet it has as I find myself worrying over the words and wondering what you will think of what I choose to say. I did find some distraction as I bartended at Milliways this past evening and you were in my thoughts as I searched for drinks. Perhaps together, we might find a door for you once more.

London feels such a distance and with it the warmth of you. Henry believes that with the Comtesse's help, they will be able to arrange a visit to London. My father approves of our plan though we have not spoken to my mother yet. I would rather tell her of an engagement than a probable one. I wish this letter could conjure you to me to tell you all of your thoughts as I wish to tell you mine but it shall do for now.
With great love,
Jane
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