Flynn's Madcap Marriage, pg. 4
ordinary suitor was Errol. Even the diamond he slipped on her finger
has no ordinary history. Errol dug it out of the earth himself and he
had been secretly carrying it, in its uncut brilliance, until the day
when he'd want it to signify an engagement.
their house atop Lookout Mountain in the steep Hollywood Hills, the
Chinese fripperies Lili was accustomed to are gone. The homestead has
a masculine air. The rooms are comfortable, fires crackle in open fireplaces,
and it's not a tragedy to put a pipe down anywhere.
relishes the metropolitan whirl of New York and Paris. Hollywood is too
tranquil for Lili's tastes.
Yet they'll stay in Hollywood as long as it's necessary to give Errol a chance to make more pictures. Incidentally, he has no objection to Lili's continuing her own career if she wants to.
Errol and Lili have no spectacular theories on how to stay happily wed in Hollywood. They don't attempt to map the future, recognizing that as an impossible achievement.
Lili is doing her best to adapt herself to Errol's tastes. Errol is intensely active, and she hates exercise.
For ten days she tried to play tennis with him, and then decided to let him play with champion Frank Shields instead.
Errol has won her over, however, to his notion of quiet evenings. It's
become an unusual event when the Flynns step out to a night club. An
early movie is more to Errol's taste. When they invite several couples
in for dinner, they relax after at poker.