Letter Home – March 24, 1945

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19450324a-Lscan-600Dear Mother & Dad;

Here I am again with nothing to write about. I thought I would be out of here this week but my blood count just wasn’t low enough yet so the Doc said I had better stay another week. That doesn’t hurt my feelings me. This war is getting to close to the end to get hurt. I’ll just been my time here at the hospital as long as I can. Just think 29 months yesterday I have been over here. One way I figure, the longer I stay over here the less time I have to spend in the south Pacific, and I sure don’t want to go there.

We play ball about every day and go for walks in the park. They have a nice big park here behind the hospital. The 19450324b-Lscan-600weather is nice and warm so it’s really swell out.

I haven’t seen Paul lately, guess he is too busy to come around. In some ways I’ll be glad to get back to the outfit and in others I won’t. I have had any mail get as I told them to keep it for me at the company. Guess this will be all for now. Hope you both are okea and please don’t worry about me.

All my love
Your Son,
“Chick”

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