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You’re not going to do .. to see that .. Mrs Harper, phone! Philadelphia calling. That’s your father. How’s it going with you, son? What? You are, Tom? Wonderful. Can I talk to him, Grandpa? Wait a minute, Tom. Here’s David. Hi Dad. Swell. Huh? You must see it. It’s almost a car now. Let me talk to him, David. Hold it. He’s in Philadelphia. He was telling me all about his car. Tom .. how are you, dear? I’m fine. We’re all fine. Yes. There is just one little problem. Bea wants a blue Christmas tree for Christmas .. And the rest of us are holding out for a green one. How do you vote? What, you won’t be here? Berlin? Oh Tom, you can’t be away for Christmas. I don’t care, Tom. They’ve done without a bridge over there for years. I should think they could do without it for another two weeks. I’m sorry. I know it’s what we’ve wanted. It’s wonderful, Tom. Wonderful. Yes, she’s here. Wait a minute. Here, dear. David just told me. We’re going to miss you. Yes, I’m fine. Art school? Well .. I’m getting along beautifully. Owen? Oh, I haven’t seen him. I haven’t seen anyone lately. I’ve been too busy. Mother wants to talk to you. Hurry home. Tom? What? I think she’s taking art school a little too seriously. I’ll tell her, dear. And don’t worry about anything darling. We’ll all be fine. Goodness Tom, this isn’t anything. You were away for years during the war. Oh you know I do, Tom. Bye, darling. I’ll write tonight. Door knocks Yes? It’s me, mother. Just a second. Now you can come in. I wanted to say goodnight. Why aren’t you wearing slippers? I’m hardening my feet for track. Goodnight, dear. Night. I’d like to see you once fully dressed. Writing to Dad so soon? Boy, grownups sure can be gooney. You talked to him just this afternoon. I don’t get it. Because we’re gooney Goodnight, dear. Goodnight. David, you smell like a garage. I take a shower every morning. Yes, but I have to sleep with you every night. Ted. Ted .. where are you? Here, in the boathouse. Where are you? In here, Bea. Where? Here. I can’t see you. Here.