Dear Lady Grey,
Hello friend, I do hope this finds you in the best of health. Last week I had the incredible company of my friend Captain McCoy. He has just dropped anchor and had to see me right away. He is not your average bell bottom, no sir he is a captain! Oh, the gifts he gave to me! They come from the Bahamas, France, and England. It would be an honor to share these with you at our next swanky get together!
On another note, it is the most unfortunate news I must share with you from my travels of late. It would seem that you have a thankless performer within your Lovely tribe. From what I have heard, this Dame is telling anyone who will listen that she has outgrown your performers. I thought at first it was not true, but then I heard it from a very reliable source that the statement was the real McCoy.
I am not trying to be a wet blanket but as a friend, I thought you should know. It is no secret how much I admire you and your performers, I know this will no doubt come as a shock to you and I am sorry I am the bearer of bad news. And no friend I am not being grungy, I can take you to the source next time you are in town.
All for now, much to do! I hope that our paths cross soon. Love to you, enjoy the moon.
Dear Miss Mignon, Mr. McCoy sounds delightful and like a true charmer. As for my performing troupe, I am well aware. You are welcome to audition should you think you have the grit to deal with petty entertainers every day, but do be warned - I have had my fill of divas. Girls that think they are better than others obviously have forgotten from whom they get their fame and fortune. I do look forward to meeting this sailor of yours. Tell him to come out to the Icarus any time, and I will take good care of him. Sincerely, Lady Grey