Abiquiu, N.M. 1/19/53
It was just that I didn't hear so I thought Id speak with you and find out how you are. Don't bother to write - I wish I could ask you home to recover but the weather at this time doesn't seem to be good for the ailing. We often have lovely sunny days but then again it is very windy and raw - I believe that where you are is better. Doris astonishes me by announcing that where I want her or not she is coming out in Feb. if Dr. Friess says she is alright - I really think she is a little crazy. I warned her I could not have her - in the same letter she said that if I didn't want her she would
Stay with some one else here - I really am annoyed but have to laugh as my house didn't suit her - I think she would find it pretty hard - I told her I couldn't have her in the house - She knows I count on this time of the year to myself - Winter or summer - I've had enough of her. Now isn't that some thing -
My love to you Francis. Take care of your self - I hope you have some one to ease your life
I will go away if she comes but at the moment I would rather be here and work - it is good working time
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