Thinking of her son, she glanced down at the letter again. And so she would. It was time Illium had reason to call her his mother with pride. Now she asked one of her loyal people to put through a call to Raphael. She took that call in the privacy of the office suite that was her own. An aged white desk with curved legs, soft fabrics on her furnishings, fresh flowers, paintings on the walls, this was a far gentler room than the one that appeared on the wall screen in front of her.
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Here is Lloyd just before the war in his college football picture. Lloyd proudly wears his army uniform. I am sitting inside our little old tent listening to the gentle patter of the raindrops on the canvas. It began raining here this morning and it is still at it.
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