October 16th, 1944

Hello Darling;

Well dear I received your very welcome letter yesterday and was very glad to hear that everything is OK. It is a miserable wet cold day here today and I guess that I will be wearing my grey coat before very long. Things are very quiet around here. I went to a show yesterday and spent most of the day just sleeping. I was in bed by 10 o’clock and I really feel good today.
Well dear I could have had a three day pass on the weekend but I thought I would take it next weekend if everything is under control by then if you know what I mean. So write back dear and let me know if you think I should come down this weekend or not.
Things are just about the same down here, still a lot of talk about moving but nothing definite as yet. They are setting up a discharge board here but for the time being it is just going to handle transfers tot he army.
I guess today is the day Donna get all her shots. Poor little thing, I feel sorry for her but it is better than getting the disease.
By the way dear I was talking to the rehabilitation officer and it seem that here will be land for us in Agincourt after the war. There is bus service and train service into Toronto every day and it is only 10 miles outside of Toronto. That sounds pretty good dear. I think I will go up that way when I a home on the weekend. I have been doing a lot of planning lately and if you are agreeable to that is just where I would like to lie. It seems the train would go through Leaside and you could catch the bus that takes you there. But I guess that will be a while yet darn it.
I just feel like a lot of loving this weekend dear so I hope you are ready for me to come home. Just let me know when you think the best time will be for me to come back down there as I know that you are busy and I want to make sure that we have time together.
Well dear that is all for now but if I am not coming home this weekend I will write you on Wednesday or Thursday and so dear, for now, All my love,

Bill

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