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won't bother them near as much. I know it works with me and that is the reason why I am never cross when things go wrong an "keep smiling" no matter what happens and as far as the heat is concerned, why I just don't let myself feel it and my friends, say I don't even look hot no matter if the weather is boiling and Edith, my girl friend, often says that I am like a breeze and it cools her off just to have me come in the room. Poor Edie suffers terribly during the hot weather and says it almost makes her mad at me to see how cool and unruffled I look when everybody else is perspiring and have red faces etc.
I laughed when I read what you said about New York being so hot that people thought it was the " other place." I can appreciate a joke, Mr. Man, and that one did not go "over my head." Am still laughing at some of the things you said in the station though they probably struck me funnier than they would most girls as "I always see the funny side and sometimes something is said and I laugh and the others wonder what I am laughing at as they cannot see anything in it themselves, but it is just the way I look at things so of course I cannot explain to them why I laughed and they think I am crazy. But I had rather part with almost anything rather than my sense of humour as it helps me over & great many rough spots.
Sis has gone back home though I would of liked to of kept her here much longer, but she had to go though she said she would of liked nothing better than to stay with me and just listen to me " rattle on." She always says it is just like a show to hear me talk as I always put things in such a funny way and for weeks after she has been visiting me she thinks of some of the things I said and laughs over them. Since she left Edith and I have been pretty quiet though poor Edie wants to be on the " go " all the time and tries to make me go out with her every evening to the pictures and scolds me when I say I had rather stay home and read and calls me a"book worm." Well, it is true that I had rather stay home with a good book than go to some crazy old picture and the last two nights I have been reading myself to sleep with Robert W. Service's poems. Don't you love Service or don't you care for "highbrow" writings?
Personly there is nothing I love more than to just sit and read a good book or sit and listen to somebody play the piano, I mean if they can really play and I really believe I like popular music ' better than the classical though I suppose that is a terrible thing , to confess, but I love all kinds of music but a specially the piano ' when it is played by somebody who can really play.

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Since she left Edith and I have been pretty quiet though poor Edie wants to be on what is " go " all what is time and tries to make me go out with her every evening to what is pictures and scolds me when I say I had rather stay home and read and calls me a"book worm." Well, it is true that I had rather stay home with a good book than go to some crazy old picture and what is last two nights I have been reading myself to sleep with Robert W. Service's poems. Don't you what time is it Service or don't you care for "highbrow" writings? 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Am still laughing at some of what is things you said in what is station though they probably struck me funnier than they would most girls as "I always see what is funny side and sometimes something is said and I laugh and what is others wonder what I am laughing at as they cannot see anything in it themselves, but it is just what is way I look at things so of course I cannot explain to them why I laughed and they think I am crazy. But I had rather part with almost anything rather than my sense of humour as it helps me over & great many rough spots. Sis has gone back home though I would of liked to of kept her here much longer, but she had to go though she said she would of liked nothing better than to stay with me and just listen to me " rattle on." She always says it is just like a show to hear me talk as I always put things in such a funny way and for weeks after she has been what is ing me she thinks of some of what is things I said and laughs over them. Since she left Edith and I have been pretty quiet though poor Edie wants to be on what is " go " all what is time and tries to make me go out with her every evening to what is pictures and scolds me when I say I had rather stay home and read and calls me a"book worm." Well, it is true that I had rather stay home with a good book than go to some crazy old picture and what is last two nights I have been reading myself to sleep with Robert W. Service's poems. Don't you what time is it Service or don't you care for "highbrow" writings? Personly there is nothing I what time is it more than to just sit and read a good book or sit and listen to somebody play what is piano, I mean if they can really play and I really believe I like popular music ' better than what is classical though I suppose that is a terrible thing , to confess, but I what time is it all kinds of music but a specially what is piano ' when it is played by somebody who can really play. where is tr where is td height="72" colspan="2" align="center" valign="top" where is script type="text/javascript" google_hints = "books,old books,magazines,old story"; google_ad_width = 728; google_ad_height = 90; google_ad_format = "728x90_as"; google_ad_type = "text"; google_ad_channel =""; google_color_border = "FFFFFF"; google_color_bg = "FFFFFF"; google_color_ where are they now = "800000"; google_color_url = "800000"; google_color_text = "000000"; //-- where is /script where is script type="text/javascript" src="http://pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/show_ads.js" where is /script where is Server.Execute("_SiteMap.asp") %

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