I am glad to hear that you are doing well. Damien and I were saddened to hear of your loss. It's a troubled sign of our times that a fine and upstanding name like yours can be brought low by such scandal. I hope you will accept my deepest sympathy. I imagine that your loneliness must be extreme. I can't imagine living without Damien after all these years, though I know my sons would be a great comfort to me as I'm sure yours is to you.
Pansy has indeed recently completed her schooling and I must admit we are at something of a loose ends deciding how she should occupy herself going forward. I would certainly entertain the idea of her residing under the guidance of a woman of class and breeding such as yourself. If you would like, I would be most delighted to have you over for tea and we can discuss this matter further before I present the idea to Damien. He, of course, will make the ultimate decision.