Cutting stone for a mosaic project in the Henri IV wing. Unaware that Marion Tournon-Branly kept an apartment there for the evenings she did not return to Paris. Cutting stone is loud and the sound rang throughout the cellar, and to Marion’s apartment! Around midnight, she came into the basement and found me there. Escorting me out I said to her ‘bonne nuit’, she stopped me and said, no, a gentleman never says ‘bonne nuit’ to a woman unless he has ulterior motives. You say ‘bonsoir’.