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The morning after Christmas, you laze around for hours. Reggie makes hot chocolate and waffles while you take care of the bacon. As you eat, Reggie says, "Hey, didn't you have a package from Rama Patel to open? You want to do that now?"
When you get the package and open it, you find this inside, along with an envelope with your name.
Inside the envelope is a creamy plain white card with the word "Peace" letterpressed on the outside. Inside, in elegant handwriting, is a note.
I hope this holiday season finds you and your estimable companion well and full of all the blessings of the season. I have been keeping track of progress, of course, and continue to be impressed with your approach and your apparent desire to honor my friend Eve as much as to gain her monetary legacy.
Please accept this token of my esteem. I have not been a practicing Hindu for many years, but Lord Ganesha holds a strong place in the culture of my family and ancestors. He is said to be the remover of obstacles, the god of beginnings, the embodiment of intellect and wisdom. While this statue is a personal gift, not a 'clue' or aid in the quest you seek to complete, I can only hope that Lord Ganesha will shower you with his blessings in life AND in Twilight Solstice.