I'm sorry I'm late getting to you this month; it's just that I've barely had the time to collect my thoughts. First off, there was the strangeness that happened to Liz. It seems that Anthony had the weird notion that Liz hadn't saved herself for him. I don't know why he'd think that or why people look at me all funny when I mention reassuring him. Anyway, her good news about the baby soon made things right. I guess he had a bit of the jitters; perfectly understandable given what that woman did to him. I hope the child is a boy; that would give his family the symmetry it needs. Annie, as good a friend as she is, doesn't have that and we all know trhe Connie's problems would have been lessened if she had a daughter. She has one son too many and look what happened to her. I'm sure glad that Mike and Dee aren't planning on having an excess child; that crazy foster kid of theirs is headache enough. Avril-or-whatever-her-name-is is the biggest challenge I've hadd to deal with since the wedding. She made tthis big scene Labor Day about how she lived here or something. I've had to endure everyone in sight looking at me as if I were the crazy one for trying to set her straight. I'd know if I did something crazy like have more than two kids, right? I just hope Deanna's right and the child gets over the death of her folks. She seems like a decent kid otherwise; a child someone would be proud of. It's just that I don't have the time or energy at my age for an active child. People expect too much of me anyway. Maybe I should see someone about these dreams about a drowning child so I can get some sleep. I'm sure John would approve.
In any event, I'll have to get back to you when things settle down.