May 2, 1943
Sunday 10:30 p.m.
I love you. This has been a very cold cloudy, rainy day. Would like to be in sunny Calif. basking in the sun on the sand – you and I together. It was wonderful, wasn’t it Hon. Inez stayed all night with us on Sat., and so had waffles with us this a.m. We took her over to her church and attended services there. We visited Aunt Addie. Seems like I’ve eaten so much today and had very little exercise. I’ll have to do some hiking next week now to make up for it.
Last night Inez and I saw the Sportsmen’s Show at the auditorium. They had some very good acts. You would have enjoyed them. They had many trained dogs, two trained crows (I’ll tell you about them later) and some seals, which were very good actors. Fishing, diving, and ping pong contests were held and of course, there were many booth exhibits.
I feel very lonely to-night. Oh Hon., I do miss you so much. Please be careful and remember, I do need you and am waiting patiently and longingly for you. Do hope to be receiving some of your letters again very soon.
Loving you more than ever,