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Eloise turned and grinned. "We are young but once, my dear." Then she said: "
didn't you and Graeme fool around before you were married?" Mi did not know
what to say. Certainly, Graeme had fooled around — with practically everything in
Matthew was in the back seat, Mi up front with Eloise. "I want to go home." Mi
ignored this. "It's on the far side of town, on the left." Eloise said: "there's a
drugstore and soda fountain up ahead. Anybody interested?" "Sure. We're in lots
Matthew was heartbroken, but Mi and Eloise didn't mind so much. They had seen
him early in the afternoon, as he was going into lunch with the Prime Minister and
his party. Also a male affair — no children, no wives — not even Mary Barker.
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