April 27, ’43
Tues. 10:30 p.m.
Hello Sweetheart Darling: I love you!!
Guess maybe it is past my bed time, but just couldn’t think of going to sleep to-night without first writing to you. You’re always in my mind & always in my heart too, for I do love you dearly -Put in a full day at the blood bank, and really do like the work a lot. Took a great deal of dictation & of course, did a lot of typing – have various other things to do also. Have been spending the evening reading (Digest & National Geog.) & also hooking the rug. It is a very fascinating hobby, & I do think I’ll like it (rug). Of course, it doesn’t compare with Myrtle’s at all, as isn’t half as nice, but then this is rather a new experiment for me, & I’m still just an amateur. Will really have to do some good practicing (piano), as tomorrow is the day I play for the Club program. I’ll pretend you’re there listening; then just watch me do my very best.
I miss you Honey, and am glad when the days pass by swiftly, because then, we’re just that much closer towards being together.
How about a g’night kiss now – and here’s one right back – now hold me close and let me rest my head on your shoulder while I fall asleep and dream of you.
Reader’s Digest issue date: April 1943 (Volume 42, Number 252)
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National Geographic issue date: April 1943
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