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Is there? You could rent a safety deposit box and keep it there for me, couldn’t you? You and your money. Am I holding up progress on the year’s best-seller? I haven’t written anything decent in a week. Then let’s chase the cobwebs and shoot some golf. Well, I… I can’t right now. What’s wrong, Jimmy? Not a thing. My being here embarrasses you. Where’d you get that idea? Knowing you. inhales Are you expecting somebody? Why would that embarrass me? Is it Mamie Stover? Yes. I sent Aki to pick her up. She phoned that she had to see me. Business or pleasure? That’s not funny. No, no, it isn’t. We haven’t had a real laugh in a long time, have we? Oh, Annalee, I’m sorry. I didn’t mean to snap. Lately I’ve been putting all the wrong words down on the paper and saying the wrong ones, too. It’ll come out all right, I guess. When you wind up your meeting, I will be at the club. Well, you don’t have to leave. I can’t risk having you hate me for staying. Hey, you. Close the door. Mr. Blair is waiting. I’m back, Mr. Jim. Yeah, and the door’s still open. Hi. Huh! What a welcome. Your servant treats me like I’m his servant and you light up like a burned-out bulb. What does this mean? From Leesburg, Mississippi to Mrs. James Blair. I didn’t think you’d mind. “My dear daughter, tell your husband how much I appreciated his check for $.” Please, Jimmy, let me explain. That’s what I’m waiting for and it better be good. When I sent the check, I had to write something. I had to give my old man some explanation about why I left San Francisco. Well, I’ve been leaving too many cities lately. I wanted to keep him hoping, Jimmy, so I told him that I was married to some guy with a lot of money, and that he could keep bragging me up downtown about how I was gonna buy him a house, and, you know, servants and mintjuleps. You had no right to do it. I know. At least you could have mentioned it first. Well, I was afraid you’d say no. Jimmy, he doesn’t write very often, maybe four or five times a year. Only when I send the money.