|Quick sketches by June Anderson.|
Thursday, May 25, 1950
112 West 86th Street
|Quick sketch by|
I feel much better tonight, darling. We all went to the movies and saw a couple of revivals. Evie bought a lot of clothes so she felt better. I’ve been working very hard at school and I’m feeling very tired.
Shirl’s going out tonight. A friend of mine might come over. If she does, we’ll do homework together. I have plenty but I’m not going to worry about it. I should be able to finish everything on time.
Seriously, there’s nothing much to tell you. I guess nothing happens to me except when I’m with you. Then there’s too much, and all too wonderful to tell. Missing you is becoming a chronic condition with me. It’s because I love you so much. What more can I say?
I hope you have my compact and comb with you on Friday night. I’m sure I left them with you. Look through your pockets. Maybe we’d better start tying strings around our fingers on Sunday nights – I didn’t expect that you’d be just as forgetful as I am!
I’ll be seeing you very soon. I hope the time flies till then.
All my love,
(For Saturday – Unveiling the cape.)
© 2011 Lee Price