Love Letter from a Vampire
Excerpts from a Vampire's Love Letter
November 20, 1888
My Dearest Friend,
I hope you do not mind I have taken the liberty of addressing you in this manner. The day I received the book you sent containing the letters between John and Abigail Adams, I read it completely through. Papa was very amused that I asked to forgo hunting so as not to disrupt my passion. He hunted for me and I drank with great haste so as to return to that most beloved volume without delay. I've let him borrow it, and he has been reading it aloud to Mama in the drawing room by the fire. Aunt Patricia and Uncle Boris, hearing about it from my mother, have taken to joining them and listening to my father read. The letters have touched so many hearts here. I cannot thank you enough for this most precious gift, my darling Caroline.
Our family here is doing well. As you may recall, 13 Oct last was the one hundred eleventh anniversary of Uncle Boris and Aunt Patricia's marriage. Think about that. John and Ab