London January12, 1892
On the morrow, I and my friend Chocolate Chip (I find it easier to call him by his last name) will be seeing the Crêpe sisters, Vanilla and Pecan. I find he has taken quite a liking to Vanilla even though she is six years his senior. In fact, just last week they announced their engagement. I cannot say that I blame him for his love interest. Vanilla has such fine skin and hair gold like wheat. If he did not ask for her hand in marriage, some other man would have. Her younger sister Pecan, Vanilla's opposite in looks with her brown hair and captivating green eyes is also getting married to a Frenchmen named Lemòn. After visiting the Crêpe sisters, I will see my other good friend, Apple Dumpling. Apple is the best scholar in all of London. She is well skilled in the science of the human body and poison and I cannot deny that I take great pride in her.
Sherbert dressed in his usual clothes: a shirt of linen with the collar