Wednesday, September 13, 1944

Dearest Gee. Well, I scrounged a little paper and some envelopes and I have the stamps you so kindly sent so I’ll try a regular letter. Got your swell card and money order for five fish yesterday. Sho thank you. Am I to understand Joannie put some in on it too? That wasn’t quite clear.Continue reading “Wednesday, September 13, 1944”

Tuesday, September 12, 1944

Dearest Gee. I’ll have to answer all your letters kinda piecemeal since this writing paper is so limited in length. I got three more letters yesterday, two nice ones from you and one from Mom. I got out my forty letters yesterday and reread them. Got a kick out of the bridge club letter. EspeciallyContinue reading “Tuesday, September 12, 1944”

Sunday, September 10, 1944

Dearest Gee. Well, honey, they finally got us some mail yesterday and I got thirty eight letters, a swell box from Mom, and this v-mail from Mildred, and five packages of funny books and funnies from you. It was a grand day, believe me. The letters were from everyone. I got birthday cards from CoeContinue reading “Sunday, September 10, 1944”

Sunday, September 3, 1944

Dearest Gee. Thought maybe you’d like to know I’m still among those present for duty. Have to write these things kinda on the run. I miss my stationary you bought me. I had to borrow this pencil. I believe in traveling light. We still haven’t received any mail yet although some of the fellows have.Continue reading “Sunday, September 3, 1944”

Tuesday, August 29, 1944

Dearest Gee. Have a few minutes to dash off another line. I’m still okay to date. Haven’t received any mail as yet but maybe there will come a day. The French people are treating us swell. Every time we liberate a town the whole population turns out and it’s like a parade. The wine flowsContinue reading “Tuesday, August 29, 1944”