mine as to the final outcome. In the army one looks for the worst & hopes for the best. The best of course would be to see my Honey again. Lord Darling how I've missed you in the last year & a half. I was and still am just about half crazy. There would be nothing in the world so wonderful as getting home to see you again. I love you so very very much.
Yesterday I received a letter from my Mom & one from Marie. But I'll still be lookinf for all my back mail next week. It takes so long when one moves about. Speaking of mail it will help very much in the future if you spell out my full address and not use the abb. T.C. In other words spell out *Troop Carrier Group*. We have been requested to have our correspondents do so to avoid the confusion resulting from similar abbr.
By the way Honey did you ever get the silver I sent to you? Mom said that