Chrissy did not think of love or marriage at first. What she did think of was the possibility of leading the young Scotchman into the highest realm of life鈥攖he spiritual. Theobald stepped forward. 鈥淓rnest, you must not, shall not, leave us in this way.鈥? I answered that your father was engaged in business, said Betty Grimshaw, taking up the narration. As if this job were not enough, last September John opened his own sporting goods store, Sports Stripes, located on Columbus Avenue at 75th Street, a few blocks from his apartment. The compact, brightly decorated store specializes in running equipment and is the only place in New York City where running shoes can be resoled on the premises. Born in Washington, D.C., he grew up reading the Congressional Record instead of comics, and initially planned a career in law. Booted out of Harvard for neglecting his studies in favor of the campus newspaper, he sharpened his journalistic skills under William F. Buckley Jr. at the National Review before completing college at the University of California's Berkeley campus. Following graduation, he became the program director of a radio station, wrote his first two novels, and worked in an anti-poverty program in Boston. Then he was invited to join the Times. "I did my Westside and Village stuff when I was first here and broke," comments Leonard. He has owned his four-story Eastside house since 1971. 9-29-79 久久爱狠狠做 Do you mean that you seriously contemplate dropping the substance of Filthorpe, for this shadow of Seely? 鈥淲here are you going?鈥?asked Martin, somewhat breathlessly. What! her Sunday frock, Jonathan? exclaimed Betty in shrill surprise. 鈥淚 wish you had told me something of this before,鈥?said Martin, 鈥渂ecause I鈥檝e been feeling myself the happiest man. . . .鈥?