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Bev to Ande: 19 April 1943

April 19th, 2008 · No Comments

4-19-43  Mon.
April 19, ’43  7:30 p.m.

Hello, my Sweetheart:  I love you.

You made me feel very happy today, Darling, as rec’d two more of your grand letters, dated March 26 and 31.  All-right, Hon, I’ll use V-Mail from now on – though I hardly get started on a letter, and it’s time to quit.

I’m glad you know why you love me.  I’ve always known why I love you. – Because you’re wonderful in so many ways.  You’ve always been so kind and thoughtful – affectionate and loving, too.  Thank you for always being such a gentleman and always saying nice things to me when I really deserved a licking!

Be careful of those swamps!  Did you get the pheasant?  A rabbit dashed out of our garage as I put the car away today.  It sort of startled me.  I saw a pileated woodpecker also today by the creek.  I’m going to miss all this wild life when we move up north.

A friend, who is also a Red Cross enthusiast, asked me to study with her to-night; so must be getting along.

Yes, Honey, it was wonderful to be together for those eleven months.  Wonder what it’s like to live more than a year together!  I know I’ll love it and can hardly wait!  You are so grand to be with.  Hurry back.  I’ve got bushels of flute dances all saved up.

With my love,
Bev

Bev to Ande: V-Mail of 19 April 1943

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