Abiquiu , N.M .
Francis My Dear:
I have your letter this morning that you are leaving N.Y. and corning out her to live. Will you on enclosed postal send me exact size of those two beds. I have torn up the house a bit and could probably use them. I wonder if you have thought of your self enough in relation to this change. Your cover life etc. I hope your television project works out - I will wish for you - even pray for you in my way. When I left N.Y. I only kept the apt. for you - I have no more use for it.
When you are definite in your plans please write the landlord and sign for me. Type it and say you are writing for me - and keep copy as I may some time need it for my taxes. They may question my residence here on account of my having the apartment there. As far as I know I have nothing there but those two beds - mattress covers and pads. If I have any other little things Doris will know and will write you. I will write and ask her. Why don't you plan to drive through here and spend o few days resting. I might drive down with you to Tucson and fly back. Our trip last fall was so
good. You and Brownie must plan to come here for a month again and maybe we can go tripping again. I enjoyed our last fall trip so much. It will be good to have you a little nearer out here. But do think of yourself and your work. The only thing I think of at the moment is - did you receive the knives and forks and can you have them fixed and mail them to me without too much trouble.
My love to you - and more later.
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