November 3, 1941

Dearest Doreen

I received your swell letter but I am sorry to hear that your mother is pretty sick. I really hope it isn’t as serious as you imply. Well as usual things are pretty quite here. I went to Montreal on the weekend. I was going to leave for Toronto when it really started to rain and so I decided I wouldn’t go. The boys asked me if I would like a trip to Montreal so I went with them.
WE got here about 6 and looked until 630PM for a room. We then had supper. I went to a show (Dr Jekyll & Mr. Hyde). I then went for a little walk. It seems however I missed all the fuss. The rest of the boys certainly has a wild time I learn. But I will tell you all about it when I see you.
On Sunday we went to the wax museum. Then up to the ski lodge at Mount Royal and then to some Cathedral which took up most of the afternoon. We spent the rest of the time at the Y having supper. We left there at around 7 and got back at 11. All in all it wasn’t bad but I would rather have come down to Toronto (You know why).
Well Darling, I hope that you are giving THAT question lots of thought. And save your pennies and those quarters that you asked you certainly know how I feel about having money before the possibility of marriage. I’m going to try my dearest to get down this weekend. I just hope Alex does not come Saturday as I would like to have some alone time with you. And then before you know it will be snowing and then Christmas and then….OH BOY!
Wont you give me a hint about your dress because I’m really anxious to know what you expect because after all not seeing you for 2 weeks I’m likely to do anything (Aren’t you afraid of that because I’m not).
Well I’m going to write my mother now so I will have to close this letter pretty soon. I was wondering how Hazel’s sister is making out and how your mother is and how you are and all the others.
I saw Gord Bates and his wife right after their honeymoon and boy, did they look peachy. I hope you want to that to me someday (soon?)
Well dear hoping to hear from you soon.
I remain yours faithfully
Bill

Lots of love and love
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P.S. I really missed you on the weekend. But here is hoping I see you soon.
P.P.S In fact I miss you all the time and really mean that

One thought on “November 3, 1941

  1. Wonder what he means about this comment lol 😜

    “Wont you give me a hint about your dress because I’m really anxious to know what you expect because after all not seeing you for 2 weeks I’m likely to do anything (Aren’t you afraid of that because I’m not).”

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