|Detailed drawing of stitching by June Anderson.|
Thursday, April 27, 1950
46 West 83rd Street, Apt. 7B
|Fashion illustration by|
Sweetheart, don’t worry about me. I’m sorry I get moody and fuss about it to you. Besides, if I can’t get along less than two weeks without you, it’s just too bad for me. I know I have to get used to it.
The time is passing so slowly. Ted and Shirl are out on a date tonight. I think Shirl and I may have changed our minds and decided to move again. But I can’t swear to it so I won’t say anymore about it.
This is my last letter before I leave, darling. I love you and I’ll enlarge upon that statement this weekend.
Darling, it’s five minutes to one now and I’m ready to go to bed. Shirl’s here. I did some homework – quite a bit and that makes me feel pretty good. I’m going to bed now. The more I sleep, the quicker the time passes till I see you again. I love you, darling.
All my love,
(For Monday – a rose-tinted world.)
© 2011 Lee Price