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October 19, 2002
She blends right into the forty-year-olds I tell her. She seems insulted. “That’s a strange thing to say,” she says. Of course, I meant to tell her that remarkably she doesn’t seem to age, but perhaps it came out wrong.

As these things happen, Basil says to me, “You’re one of those people that just doesn’t age.” (I don’t say anything about my teeth.) “You should have been in the play,” he says. (It was like a class reunion.) I thought of that. One of the ingĂ©nues? I wonder if I’d still be able to act... Like sex ’n bicycles?