[Everyone] Re: Thursday Blues

Thu Jun 10 13:17:13 GMT 2010

James, I don't know how to recall messages so I'm sending this one back to
you directly. Don't worry I haven't read it all the way to the end because I
was in a meeting with Catering. Funnily enough there's a new girl there
called Kate Ering, which is very funny as I'm sure you will agree.

I'll make sure this email gets recalled by asking Eve to ask whoever recalls
emails to recall it for you, or on your behalf, whichever is most

Please reply to this message immediately so I know you have got it.

Kind regards

Client-Vision Liaison Officer (Solutions)

On 10 June 2010 12:44, James B.  wrote:

> Steve -
> Look, I'm really sorry. I know how you felt about Tim and if I could take
> back the things I said and did, I would.
> When you first introduced me to Tim at that thing, I didn't think that much
> of it. But when we kept bumping into each other - at Gino's, at the market,
> outside your house - well, I started to think about him a lot more. I wasn't
> expecting to get the job at Caldwell's - I just applied on the off-chance -
> but it was such a nice surprise to find him working there too.
> He's a funny one, isn't he? He was very quiet when I first arrived at
> Caldwell's - surprised to see me, I suppose. I mean, it was a big move, to
> take a job - and a pay cut - in a different city, in an entirely different
> career. But then, something about it just really called out to me. It's not
> really Caldwell's itself - I mean, retail polybag buying isn't exactly
> glamorous, not compared to A&R - but the ethos of the company. The people.
> Perhaps Tim told you a bit about how things at Caldwell's didn't really
> work, but he was really kind to me, personally, about it. He was the one who
> told me I had to leave, not Caldwell himself. I think that's when we really
> started to bond. I had to get the new job here but I still wanted to keep in
> touch with him. That's why I moved into number 43.
> It's been so lovely living next door to the two of you. The conversations
> over the fence, the sitting on the step - well, me sitting on your step -
> hanging out in the park, walking to the shops, and back. But the high point
> was probably our holiday in Malta. I'll never forget your faces when I came
> down to breakfast that morning. And you were so sweet about insisting I
> should enjoy it for myself, but really my best memories are of the taverna
> on the Dingli cliffs where you danced, that little beach below Ġnejna where
> I caught you two - you know - and, of course, the train home from the
> airport when Tim said he believed the two of you would always have me
> around.
> After all of those wonderful times, I'm as shattered as you are about Tim
> deciding to leave the country. And I know I said some hurtful, terrible
> things in the bar last night, but there were some home truths in there, I
> think. That manager made a terrible fuss about me bringing in those extra
> chairs to sit with you, and perhaps you were over-protective of Tim, but you
> shouldn't blame yourself for his going. After all the times we've shared, I
> hope *we* can still be friends.
> Yours, with love,
> James
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