I expect they will be different from mine, but I shall be interested to hear about them just the same. I wish I knew more about Russian culture and history. There are only three of us: my mother, my elder brother John, who is nineteen, and myself. In my spare time I do a lot of swimming, and my other hobby is football. My husband is a professor at the University of California. Every day we drive our car first to the University, where I leave my husband off, and then I continue another ten minutes to work, located near downtown. After the heat of this summer I am sure you must be glad to be back at your work again. Petersburg now, has told me that you are coming to St. Should you have other plans for the weekend in question, let us know, and we will try and make arrangements that would suit you better. Baldwin, From a letter I got today from John, I gather that you are likely to come to these parts sometime soon- If you stop in St. Our house is near the beach and you will be free to swim and walk along the shore to your heart's content. The dates you suggest are at the same time the very best for me. Do you think we could possibly visit you on a sporting trip to Britain in the later part of June?I understand that you are studying Russian, and I think it would be a good Idea if you wrote to me in Russian while I wrote to you In English. It was certainly a good idea of yours to suggest my writing in Russian, but unfortunately I am not proficient enough yet and would make too many mistakes. I am working now on a new TV program that we hope to film in January. Our house is located on 1,5 acres of land on a small hill. As for me, the vacation was all I could have asked for. Petersburg to attend the Seminar on Biology from September 15 to the 17th. We hope you will have a very good journey and look forward to seeing you. Petersburg it will be my privilege to entertain you. We will meet you at the airport and take care of all your transportation. What I mean by "sporting trip" is that we should not like to cause too much inconvenience and should be grateful for any camp-bed arrangement.We should indeed take great pleasure in having Richard with us in St. I am booked to arrive at London Airport on Monday April 7 by Flight #515 from Moscow at 10 a.m. Please do not bother about meeting me at the airport. I shall write or call beforehand to make sure that you are at home. Smith, I regret that owing to a previous engagement I shall not be able to accept your kind invitation for dinner which you are having on Saturday the Fifteenth of October.I shall leave London on April 11 by Flight it 516 at 2 p.m. I am looking forward to a nice chat with you about the old days. My husband and I will be delighted to accept your invitation to dinner for next Saturday.I shall be reviewing the language furiously for the next two weeks in anticipation of our arrival. Let me only ask you not to go to any trouble to arrange a special program for me. I am the mother of Victor D., a young Russian whom your son Richard very kindly invited to spend a week at your house in the summer. I explained to my son that I did not know if Richard had asked you about it or if it was just an impulsive idea out of the kindness of his heart. I am very glad that the revised dates of our visit are more convenient to you than those we originally discussed.I shall feel much more comfortable if I do not interrupt your work. Victor is very keen on accepting, of course, but we do not want to take advantage of your kindness, if Victor's visit should put you to any inconvenience please have no hesitation in saying so. In case you did not mind I should like to assure you that we are ready to do the same for Richard. I quite realize that your schedule is tight, and we shall do our best not to interfere with your other engagements. Dear Louis, The program of my visit is becoming clearer at last. I do hope negotiations won't take up every minute of my time.
After my lectures I like to play volleyball and tennis, lama member of our University volleyball team, in the evenings I read books or go out fore walk, or go to a movie for relaxation. Minister Kevin Nicholson, Associate Professor John Robinson, Chief Engineer Leonard Cole-man, General Manager Tom Jones). It would be no trouble whatsoever to drive them home. We are expecting you at the beginning of August and are hoping that you may stay until the end of August or longer if you can manage. We should be only too happy to offer you the same hospitality in return.
How would you like to spend June or July with us at our country house on the river? I think you would enjoy your holiday, because we have a boat, and we would be able to swim and sunbathe. We can discuss all the points with you personally or by letter should you wish to come over before we go.