November 28th, 1944

Hello Darling:

Well here it is Tuesday afternoon and time that I dropped you a few lines to let you know that I arrived back here in Kingston OK. As usual I managed to get some sleep ad arrived in at 3:30PM. They had dance here last night but I did not go as I was feeling a little tired. Tonight “Holiday Inn” is being shown on the station show so I think I will have a work out in the gym first and then go tot he show. Tomorrow night is Quiz night so that is what I will be doing.
As usual dear I had a good time on my 48 hour leave and as usual is went by too fast. I might be getting one in December so let me know when would be a good time to come down. It is pretty hard for me to leave such a wonderful wife and daughter, but just another three or four months (I Hope), won’t be too bad. I do not know whether I will be able to get New Year’s off or not dear. They want as many to get away at Christmas, so I will try to get away at New Years but do not be disappointed if I do not make it down.
Thank you dear for organizing such a wonderful Saturday party when I was there. I was nice to see some of the old gang, have a dance or two with you was also a swell thing. I was happy to see that Marg was able to make it out for at least an hour without the baby. I know she was worried about leaving the baby with the Simpsons, I am glad that we do not have to worry about such things.
Now dear, in regards to Christmas presents. I will have to leave everything up to you. You can get something for my Mom, Pop, Aunt and Uncle, that is all you need to worry about as far as I am concerned. On your side of the family get whatever you want dear. Will you have enough money? If you only get your income tax return before Christmas it would really come in handy.
By the way dear, do not forget to get that magazine, “Better Homes and Gardens” if you could get it sent down here to me that would be a good idea, but if you bought it and sent it down yourself you could read it as well.
Well darling I am afraid that is about a; for now but I will drop you another letter as soon as I hear from you, and so for now, all my love,
To you and Donna,

Bill

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