Margaret will of course tell you all the “news” more fully than I can possibly write it; but I must write too to say how very sorry I am at my failure to get a glimpse of you on Saturday. I had no idea that I would be “met” if I took the late train or that I would find even a cab at the Station, and you know I am an abject coward about being out alone at night. I feel very penitent about giving the dear Hoyts so much trouble for nothing.
If I weren't so very tired, dear, I would go back on Friday and see you and the play, but I really need to be quiet for a few days. It was a most strenuous time in the South though it was all very delightful.—And since I came home I have been working like a small cyclone to get Margaret's “things” in order for her journey.—But there is the shut-up man below, & I want to get this mailed. Will write a really letter soon!Goodnight, darling;—I hope they play will be a grand success. How I should like to see you in your Greek costume!With dear love,