PAUL is squatting by a laundry basket in front of a washing machine in his kitchen. His wife LISA comes in. PAUL stands.
PAUL: You remember that time I left a tissue in the washing machine?
PAUL: Yes you do. We were picking bits of lint off our clothes for days.
LISA: Were we?
PAUL: You told me to always check the pockets of everything before I put it in the wash.
LISA: Did I? Well, good advice. I always do.
PAUL: So do I now.
Pause. He holds out a crumpled letter. She looks at it without taking it.
PAUL: I found this.
PAUL: In your jeans pocket.
PAUL: It’s from Richard.