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I CAN'T BREATHE

when all you can do is just hobble around the floor. But Walter is so wonderful as a companion and we would enjoy the same things and be pals and maybe we would begin to have children.
But that is all impossible though it wouldn't be if older people just had sense and would look at things the right way.
It is only half past ten, the earliest I have gone to bed in weeks, but I am worn out and Frank went to bed early so lie could put cold cream on his sunburn.
Listen, diary, the orchestra is playing "Limehouse Blues." The first tune I danced to with Merle Oliver, two years ago. I can't stand it. And how funny that they should play that old tune tonight of all nights, when I have been thinking of Merle off and on all day, and I hadn't thought of him before in weeks and weeks. I wonder where lie is, I wonder if it is just an accident or if it means I am going to see him again. I simply mustn't
think about it or I'll die.

July 22
I knew it wasn't an accident. I knew it must mean something, and it did.
Merle is coming here today, here to this Inn, and just to see me. And there can only be one reason. ~ind only one answer. I knew that when I heard his voice calling from Boston. How could I ever had thought I loved anyone else ? How could he ever have thought I meant it when I told him I was engaged to George Morse?
A whole year and he still cares and I still care. That shows we were always intended for each other and for no one else. I won't make him wait till December. I doubt if we even wait till dad and mother get home. And as for a honeymoon I will go with him to Long Beach or the Bronx Zoo, wherever he wants to take me.
After all this is the best way out of it, the only way. I won't have to say anything to Frank, he will guess when he sees me with Merle. And when I get home Sunday and Walter and Gordon call me up, I will invite them both to dinner and Merle can tell them himself, with two of them there it will only hurt each one half as much as if they were alone.
The train is due at 2:40, almost three hours from now. I can't wait. And what if it should be late ? I can't stand it.

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