Sunday, May 7, 1944

Dearest Gee. Not much doing this afternoon so I’ll try and turn in the daily report. Since I wrote last night, I’ve acquired a few air mail envelopes from Moreno so I can rip a few of these off now. Read over your air mails of yesterday again. Maybe I can answer a few ofContinue reading “Sunday, May 7, 1944”

Saturday, May 6, 1944

Dearest Gee. Got those two juicy airmails of the 17th and 25th today. Got a nice long typewritten jobby from Sis too. Sure am tired tonight. Went through a few maneuvers today. Threw so many smoke grenades I feel like a fireman on a busy day. The way Chick describes our quarters you’d think weContinue reading “Saturday, May 6, 1944”

Sunday, April 30, 1944

Dearest Gee. Got your April 14 morale builder the other day. We’ve been pretty busy so I haven’t had much time to write. Can’t understand those two week rest periods in your receiving letters. Sometimes it’s a couple days or so before I write but not two weeks. Got a nice long letter from HilahContinue reading “Sunday, April 30, 1944”

Tuesday, April 25, 1944

Dearest Gee. Hit the jackpot again today. Got two lovely v-mails of the 8th and 11th from you. In fact, all my letters were v-mails. One from Mom, one from Mildred, one from Coe, one from Es, and one from Erv. Twas the first good mail call I had for three or four days. ItContinue reading “Tuesday, April 25, 1944”

Sunday, April 23, 1944

Dearest Gee. Got a letter from both Mildreds today. A three pager from Sis and ye gods a seven page type written one from Mildred. I read all afternoon. Sho was a letter. Kinda missed the usual morale builder from you tho. Also got a v-mail job from Erv. All’s right with the world now.Continue reading “Sunday, April 23, 1944”

Wednesday, April 19, 1944

Dearest Gee. Well, honey, no letter again today. Doesn’t give a guy much to write about but I’ll try to beat out some kind of a letter. The motorcycle is in a fair running condition. That means it runs some of the times. The little girl I told you about had a sore throat today.Continue reading “Wednesday, April 19, 1944”