June 14th, 1944

Hello darling;

I received your very nice letter yesterday dear and was very glad to get all the news.
You say you had a good time when I was down there, I know that I had a wonderful time and i am very glad that I came home when I did because I would not have missed all that fun for a $1000. We had better figure out when I should come home for my weeks leave so you figure it out and let me know dear. I was planning on the first week in July but I will leave it to you to let me know.
Darling, I was very happy to see that you look wonderful and that you have now got a routine with the baby and your parents and Beverley. I am only imagine how hard it must be doing this all alone and me not being there to support you and I know I have said it many times before but I am just so proud of you, and that makes me love you even more.
Well dear let me see what I have done. Monday night I went to the station show, it was just a fair picture. Last night Norm and I went for a walk and I guess we will go to the station show again tonight. Norm was telling me that it was not working out with the girl he has been going around with, and that he has been seeing a young gal from Montreal. You know that Norm, he can never make up his mind about what he wants to do when it comes to women. I think he might be one of those guys who will forever be a bachelor.
Lloyd went one a weeks leave this week and he took his wife home to London with him, so here is hoping the he can get the job done in order to me in the family way!
Well dear out little daughter is getting cuter, I do not know how she can because she is just as nice as can be right now. I get a little sad when I think of all the things that I am missing when I am away and even though you let me know on a regular basis in your letters on how she is doing, it hurts my heart to think that I might miss some of those special events in her life. Every night I pray that this war will be over and that I can come home to you both and we can get that little bungalow and start things right, but as I always say, things will happen when the time is right.
So you received your $25 that is dandy dear. it is very nice when you get paid for things like that.
By the way dear will you renew my subscription to the Star?
Well darling I will make this short so I can get this letter into the mail at 4 o’clock and so until then dear I will write you on Saturday and so for now,
All my love darling;

Bill

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