Sept 1, 1940

Aldershot, N.S.

Dear Annilea:

Eight O’clock in the evening & the temperature still over seventy. Why didn’t I have that hot weather when I was at home.

Well, everything seems rosy and red again even if the trip home was short. The more I think of it the more I realize what a sap I’ve been not to have known what a little princess I have at home. I also realize now that I didn’t treat you exactly the way I should have when I was there, not that I regret anything that passed between us, in fact, I should have insisted earlier the limit as you will sometime realize, perhaps do now, but I shouldn’t have tried to keep you so much to myself; but remembered that little girls that are stuck out in the country love excitement or entertainment such as shows, dances, etc. Next time I’m home which I hope will be in about four or five weeks, you keep that to the forefront & I’ll take you anywhere you want to go, do anything you want to do, give you anything that is in my power whether it be anything money ban buy or otherwise. Always remember Sweetheart, that every day brings us closer & closer together, that every day I work it is with you before me, that you are that inspiration which makes this world a place worth while to live in, something to look forward to & to look up to. Remember Darling you are the one thing that makes this place bearable to live in.

We are having a large dance in the Cora Willis Inn, Officers only, Friday night. How I wish you were here! I’ll tell you all about my trip back to-morrow. My Love stays with you always,



P.S. Didn’t you think the picture on my card spoke the truth?

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