excerpt from 'The Hidden Roads: A Memoir of Childhood' pp. 121 (170 words)

excerpt from 'The Hidden Roads: A Memoir of Childhood' pp. 121 (170 words)

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The Hidden Roads: A Memoir of Childhood

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Dear Mummy, Daddy and Sally, 

I have a lot to tell you. 

First on Friday night, McDonald (Sir Ian Fraser’s grandson) actually lent me his battery wireless.  I heard Daddy’s name mentioned, also someone Ross.  I heard six snatches of the carols.  I was very pleased because it was so late and it was only [a] battery wireless.  I think I ought to give some present to McDonald because he risked getting his wireless confiscated and also it was so late.  After the carols someone woke up with a nightmare, but it was not the carols.  I told Mr Barry about the carols and he appeared to tell Mr Evans, anyhow Mr Evans listened and he said they were wizard.  Also, Mr Barry told Miss Noakes and Mr Mathewson.  Mr Mathewson with his usual good humour said that it was not disharmonic.  He also said that Miss Noakes liked the first one very much.  Barry himself liked them very much indeed. 

[…]

Longing to see you again 

Love

Kevin

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