10 February 1921

10 February 1921

Villa Isola Bella, Menton, France

Dear Bogey,

This letter has come for you. That's all the post there was. As soon as you know your plans you might send me a wire - will you? Then I shall know when to stop writing. I have an idea you will be away a good deal longer than you arranged for. Please tell me straight out if this is so, and don't bother de faire des explications . . . Find I can't get a room in Bordighera for weeks . . .

I hope things are going well with you & that Bonwick et Cie are not putting too much pressure on you.

All serene here. I am still in bed, of course.

                                                                               Wig.

[Letter to J. M. Murry in Collected Letters, 10 February 1921.]

NO NEED WHATEVER FOR YOU TO HURRY BACK TAKE YOUR TIME BUT PLEASE KEEP ME INFORMED OF YOUR PLANS ALL SERENE BORDIGHERA OFF          

                              WIG

[Telegram to John Middleton Murry in Collected Letters, 11 February 1921.]