March 27, ’43
Sat. midnight (cont.)
Still loving you, Darling –
How are you to-night, Ande?
I called Henn. Av. Church and gave them your address. The woman that I talked to remembered who you were right away and said she used to enjoy your poems so, that Dr. Raines read to them. Dr. Raines thought you wrote such lovely things. I treasure them all, for you do write beautifully – now, the church wants your picture to display in a framed Honor Roll – also your address under the picture – soooooooo can imagine you will have letters from many feminine admirers – ahem! Well, anyway, Honey, I’m still your chief admirer! Thought I would get a small print off from your Dayton picture and send that in.
I’m lonesome to-night, Darling & miss you a great deal.
Yes, it certainly would have been lovely to have “some of you” back here to take care of, but then, let’s always believe things happen or don’t happen, for the best – always. May His will be done.
Have been reading an autobiography of an M.D. “As I Remember Him” – Hans Zinsser. It’s rather interesting seeing how it deals with the life of a Doctor.
How I would love to see you to-night & hold you close & kiss you! Our time is coming again – so take good care of yourself & remember I’m loving you always – with a love that’s very deep & true –
Flutes of kisses,
I’m so anxious for a letter.