Wednesday, November 29, 1944

Dearest Gee. Well, honey, I finally got some letters today. Got your Nov. 12, and 15th airmails and one from Bernie of the 15th. First mail in several days. Mighty glad to get it too. So you went to Chicago and didn’t buy yourself anything! I can hardly believe that kid. You must be slipping.Continue reading “Wednesday, November 29, 1944”

Thursday, November 2, 1944

Dearest Gee. Got “boo coo” [beaucoup] mail again today. Had to give up on the typewriter last night before I was quite ready. Didn’t get to thank you for the five rolls of film you sent Oct. 5th. Also got a Christmas box from Mom chuck full of candy bars, marshmallows and even some licoriceContinue reading “Thursday, November 2, 1944”

Friday, September 15, 1944

Dearest Gee. No letter from you yesterday or today again, so far. Maybe I’ll get one later on tonight. Well, according to the radio announcers and newspapermen, the war was supposed to be over today, wasn’t it? I haven’t noticed it slackening up any around here. The news does sound better day by day butContinue reading “Friday, September 15, 1944”

Saturday, August 5, 1944

Dearest Gee. No letter from you again last night. Received two packages of Hershey bars from Mildred, three bars to each package. Will have to write her a thank you note. Also got a nice long typewritten jobby from Sis. I like them kind I can lean back and read for half or three quartersContinue reading “Saturday, August 5, 1944”

Thursday, July 27, 1944

Dearest Gee. Sure got a lot of writing to do now. Got your July 8, 9, 12th, 14th, 15th, and 20th airmails. Also got a long one from Sis dated the 17th. She sent me a bunch of jokes that are really good. You’ve said so much now, I don’t know where to start. I’mContinue reading “Thursday, July 27, 1944”