June 19th, 1944

Hello honey;

Well dear here it is Monday afternoon and as things are a little quiet I thought I would catch up on our correspondence. It is certainly a miserable day down here today in fact it has been rather cool all week but today it is pouring and it looks like an all day rain out.
I received your very nice card on Saturday dear and the words on it just cover the way I feel about you. I certainly miss you darling especially after that good time we had together when I was down last. I certainly love you darling especially when you are holding our little daughter. It does keep a smile on my face when I think about you at home laughing and kissing our little one. I will make up for lost time when I get back with so many kisses for you and the baby.
Gee but I wish I would be able to come home to you every night but I guess if we pray hard enough we will be together soon. Lloyd just came back this morning from his leave and he had a real good time. HIs wife went to the Doctor when she was home to see if there was anything that they could do to hurry up the process to being in the family way. Lloyd told me that they have been trying everything and I just told him to relax and enjoy all the fun.
Dear I am thinking that my next leave will be in July from the 3rd to the 11th so let me know if that timing works for you.
Well dear let me see what I have been doing. I went to the show Thursday night and played tennis Wednesday and Friday nights. Saturday night I went to the Y.M.C.A and had a dance and a swim. Sunday I did not do very much at all and went for walk at night and I guess that I will go to the station show tonight.
Well how is out little daughter getting on darling? Is she getting any cuter? I just hope she turns out as nice as her mother because I think you are about the sweetest thing I have ever met.
I was thinking dear that we could maybe go away for a day or so, but we will see when I come home. What do you think about that darling, do you think that we could go up North to Mrs Deans place or should we look for somewhere closer seeing as we will have our little daughter with us?
Well darling I think that is about all for now but I will drop you another letter on Wednesday and so until then dear I remain,
Your loving husband,

Bill

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