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Dear Regi,

Well, maybe you can say something now? After months and months of planning we finally meet and I had to do all the talking – painful as it was ;-).

Okay, I admit I have lived with this all my life, but it has never been this bad. I think it was your noticing it that put me under so much pressure! I wish you never mentioned it. Perhaps it was something Freudian? I don’t know! But God, Regi, the change that came over you! It was just a vicious cycle, the more tongue-tied you were, the more I degenerated. I am so embarrassed, I want to roll myself up in an oriental rug and have a forever siesta. I don’t know.

Is your headache better now?

If it’s any help, I was almost back to normal with Sylvia yesterday night. (- I am sorry about having to mention her, by the way, but I thought you might want to know). This hasn’t happened to me in years and years.

So how about it?

 

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Dear Sou,

My headache is gone, what is more important is how you are feeling now.

Have you tried breathing exercises? There’s a film about it, The King’s Thing I think it’s called. You should google it. I wish I took more interest in films. Sorry I freaked out on you, but please, be strong for me. You don’t know how important this is.

What’s ‘so how about it?’. Come on, Sou, I’m supposed to be the coy one, not you. Okay, the children’s ministry’s door will be open at 6.45pm. If you like, don’t bolt the door behind you ;-).

Regi