Tuesday, July 3, 1945

Dearest Gee. Got five more letters today, honey, boy I sure can’t complain on that score now. I got your swell letters of June 11th and 20th, one from Mom, one five pager from Mildred C. and one v-mail from Carrie. So me Brudder Moon is coming home, hey? Maybe by the time you getContinue reading “Tuesday, July 3, 1945”

Monday, July 2, 1945

Dearest Gee. Lordy, the mail is sure coming in now and I hope it continues like this. Yesterday I got three packages of funnies and this tablet and comic book. As you probably have noticed, I’ve been using that Jerry paper. Then I got your swell letters of June 9, 15, and 16th, one fromContinue reading “Monday, July 2, 1945”

Saturday, June 23, 1945

Dearest Gee. Well, honey, this was another one of those days with the red letters. I sure got a flock more letters today. Sure makes me feel good, kid. I got your letters of May 10, 13, 20, 22, 23, 24, 28, and June 13. That last one sure made good time considering everything itContinue reading “Saturday, June 23, 1945”

Monday, May 28, 1945

Dearest Gee. Got three swell letters from you today, kid, and three from Mom. Sure was glad to get them too as they were the first I’ve received that were written after this war was over. Yours were of May 8, 9, and 18th. That ten-day one sure made good time, didn’t it? I wasContinue reading “Monday, May 28, 1945”

Monday, May 21, 1945

Dearest Gee. I got your April 29 letter today and one from Mom of the 28th — and one back from the censor that I wrote you yesterday. I wrote you two yesterday, this second one I was answering some of your questions and they didn’t like some of the things I said. Someday, kid,Continue reading “Monday, May 21, 1945”

Thursday, May 17, 1945

Dearest Gee. Well, honey, I got this fresh batch of paper today so guess I’ll have to take advantage of it. Some of the guys wanted some of it so I have been giving some of it away. Yesterday and today I received five letters, two from Sis and Mom and three from you. TheyContinue reading “Thursday, May 17, 1945”

Wednesday, May 16, 1943

Somewhere in France. Dearest Gee. Long time no letter, honey, but I sure can’t help it. It’s just another one of those things you’ll have to put up with. Don’t get discouraged, honey, we’ll be together again sometime soon as the other war can’t last too long. I don’t know how long I’ll be overContinue reading “Wednesday, May 16, 1943”

Wednesday, May 9, 1945

Dearest Gee. Well, honey, it looks like one of the days of all days arrived anyway, didn’t it? I sure am thankful to have pulled through this far at least without too much injury. Guess the V Day must have been a flop since it was such a long drawn out affair. Don’t start expectingContinue reading “Wednesday, May 9, 1945”

Sunday, May 6, 1945

Dearest Gee. I had a field day of field days today honey. What do you think — I got that Christmas package you sent so long ago, along with four more. One package was from Mom but the others were from you, kid, and I sure thank you. We’ve had a section leader meeting everyContinue reading “Sunday, May 6, 1945”