Friday [30 Mar. 1945]

Dear Cayke:

Your snap is wonderful. Would Ida Rose get it enlarged for us from the negative? It is lovely.

Don't let your conscience bother you at 6 in the morning. That's a bad hour for the stroke of conscience. Let the moral stroke come later if it must come at all and not interfere with sleep.

Have a good time above all things; the studies are secondary. Do your best without over-exertion. And don't economize – please, please, please. I am making a lot of extra cash this year and it is yours.

Sweet dreams, peaceful and conscienceless

Billy Little will be in N.Y. next week. He will call to see you.