Dec. 24, 1924.
I was quite surprised to get the lovely box of stationery and it was mighty sweet of you to think of me so kindly. I hope that you are enjoying your Christmas and you don’t know how very much I would like to be with you.
I am glad that you like the new home and I wish I were there for your first Christmas in it. I haven’t had dinner as yet but I had to tell you how pleased I was to be remembered by you.
Am invited to dinner tomorrow but that wouldn’t be like eating with you.
With very best wishes for a Merry Christmas and hoping the New Year will be the best you have ever had, I am,
P.S. Will write in a day or two.