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I have come to a vital decision.  I will tell the family everything.  Miss Evans cannot be held indefinitely, and when she is free once more, my crimes will merit a reprimand, and I would posit that to be the most severe possible.  I have lived as a liar for far too long, and this one act shall at least ensure that I retain some, small scintilla of dignity.  The family is a fine one, and I was lucky to be with them for as long as I was.

Thinking several moves ahead, this will follow on the footsteps of Carolyn’s death.  Will they think that Miss Evans and I have simply gone mad from shock.  I wonder what proof I shall offer them… except these diaries, of course.

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