June 2, ’43
Wed. 2:30 p.m.
I love you – here in St. Paul too as well as in Mpls. – no matter where I am or where you are, I still feel close to you & love you just as much.
I’m still a bit on the sleepy side, but maybe can get “caught up” when we get settled Sat. in our new place. I wrote to have the allotment add. changed & also wrote to the Readers’ Digest. Have you been receiving the “Time” magazine? Say, Hon., think if you had time, it would be nice of you to drop Max. & Jim one of your grand letters. I know they’d like it very much.
Dad says he has a nice room to stay in, just 3 blocks from the P.O. He calls here often.
Max., Aud., & I are planning on going to a Club picnic to-night at Powderhorn. It is raining, as usual, but we’re going anyway, as will eat in the pavilion. Called Aunt Nellie today & am going over there tomorrow & pick up typewriter.