November 19, 1941

Doreen Dear

This is the letter that I promised you but I’m afraid that it wont be very “newsy”. I got in at 6 on Monday morning and had 2 ours of sleep. So that was not too bad. I bowled on Monday night but I just kept my average 181.
Last night we all had to work overtime till 10 o’clock. So I had an piece of pie and a glass of milk and went to bed. So all in all it has been a pretty quite week so far. Tonight is the Y night so I think I will go to the library till it is time to go to the Y which is 8:15PM.
I am going to give Mrs. Cormack a ring tonight or tomorrow night to see how tings are.
Well, I just got some new that I just remembered. I did a coin toss up to see who would get Christmas and New Years eve off. We get 5 days from Tuesday night till Monday morning which isn’t too bad. But it is not too bad that I did not get Christmas off.
It is a really swell day here and the sun is shining real bright (darn this pen) and it is quite warm. I might take a crack at Toronto again this weekend but I don’t know yet.
Well I guess Stan is getting all set to leave and ship off. I would not be surprised if some of them get shipped off to Hong Kong or Singapore with the way the Japanese squadron is shaping up. Do you think you would like to live over there?
Mart Kenny is coming to town tonight but I think I will save my money and buy a farm or something! HA
I think that it is a good thing I’m so far away as I am from you as I would like to be able to kiss you right now. What do you think?
But as I say in all my letters I certainly do miss you. That is why I’m looking forward to seeing you on New Years Eve and more as I will be down for maire than just a day.
Well Doreen dear, that is about all I can think of for the present but I could tell you a bit more when we are alone. So hoping to hear from you soon.
I remain loyal to you with lots of love


P.S Don’t you know any cute little jokes to tell me?
P.P.S that sweater is certainly a honey. It certainly shows 2 good reasons a girl wears one AND I love every one of them and especially you
P.P.S.S Sorry I should have asked how your mother is feeling…I hope better by now.

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