Letter from Erline to LeGrand, November 14, 1940
Nov. 14, 1940
My dearest LeGrand,
The clock is just striking eleven and everyone is asleep but me. I just quit sewing and must soon get to bed so I can get up at six and sew until seven.
I got your nice letter today. Thanks so much for it. I surely am glad when I can hear from you.
Was the blizzard Monday nite very bad? Did you catch cold? I hope not.
LeGrand, please be careful and don't work too hard. Take life easy like I do. I'd feel very bad if anything happened to you. I hope you can get a job. I will miss seeing you though. So come whenever you cam. I hope you can make it on the 24th but if you can't just let me know. LeGrand, I know you are a good clean fellow and I'm glad you don't drink and smoke. It would make me very unhappy if you did.
It's getting cold and my head doesn't seem to think even a little bit so I must sign off. Write to me soon. Will you want me to send letters to Wendover? If you do, send me your address.
I will write again Sunday and you will get a letter Tues.
If you shouldn't get letters when you are at Wendover, keep on writing anyhow as I will send them and hope you get them.