I am sorry you are gone and I love having you come but I must say I was annoyed to find that your child had spilled raspberry juice on the two spreads and sheet on his bed in may spots - one spot four inches square - and wiped his pen or what ever he writes with in a couple of dozen or more spots on the spread - I find such doings rather inexcusable - particularly
as I have to clean it up myself - Also I am missing a small tool he had used that lay on the pantry shelf - I went to get it right after you had gone and it wasn't there - When he left before a very fine little blunt pair of scissors was missing from my work box - sewing box - in the room he used at the ranch - where much paper cutting had gone on - I may be wrong
about these two tools - but I may also be right. If he didn't take with him my tool from the pantry shelf - did he use it and leave it in some odd place? Will you ask him? The scissors were a very fine little old pair that had belonged to Alfreds father. I probably wouldn't mention the tools if he hadn't so quietly helped himself to the marshmallows - and if I were not so annoyed about the berry and ink stains
- Forgive me Frances - but I as a part of the world - not his mother find such doings very annoying - And a good tool missing twice - after he is gone - makes me wonder. I am sorry - My love to you and I hope you are not too hot - I just don't imagine you want him to leave any ones house this way
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