July 15th, 1944

Hello dearest;

Well here I am again your lonely wife writing you a few lines to tell you that I miss you terrible and that when you are not here it just does not feel the same. Both Baby Donna and I miss you and look forward to your next visit.
Everyone here is doing fine dear, and everything seems to be getting back to normal slowly.
Your Mom and Pop were over last night to see the baby and I did not have a chance to say hello and your Pop took the baby out of my arms and sat himself down on the couch in the front room and started making abby noises. He was so precious with her and I think she has become the apple of his eye. I think dear that you are officially in second place and Donna is going to be his number one.
Marg is out of the hospital and she is doing just fine. She has stayed with us for the last few days but I think that she will have to go back to live with the Simpsons. She received a letter from Ted and he was thrilled at the news that he had become a father. But no sooner did he say that, he told Marg that she will have to go back and live with his parents until he comes home. As we know dear, we do not know when this darn war will be over so I am not sure how long she will have to live under their roof. I sure hope that they decide to get a place of their own before long otherwise I am very concerned on how Marg is going to tolerate living there but time will only tell dear.
Mom and Pop are fine and so is little Beverley. I think she is finally beginning to see that Donna is not a doll and that she is real and that she cannot continue to poke and pull on her arms and legs. Mom finally had enough and had to give Beverley a little spank and boy oh boy, did she give out a scream. She ran around the kitchen crying and crying.
I had a call from Dot last night. She was working late and wanted to check in with me to see how I am fairing. She would like to take me out for supper but I will have to wait and see if Mom can look after the baby, and she certianly has her hands full with Beverley and Marg living with us for a few more days. I hope that I can get a chance to see her as it has been a while since we saw each other and I would like to know how she is doing. I know nothing has changed on the husband front and I think time is ticking for her and she really wants to be married soon.
I am happy that you will be home this weekend and I look forward to spending the time together as a family. Bill dear, where would you like to stay this time, at my place or should be pack up and stay with your folks? Let me know will you so I can prepare everything for us.
So darling I will end this letter here wishing you were home and looking forward to seeing you soon at home. With all my love from the bottom of my heart,



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