Letter Home – November 2, 1944

Dear Mother & Dad,

Just a line to let you know I received another Christmas package. This one was full of peanut brittle and cookies. Boy were those cookies good. They were just as fresh as could be. Received a letter from the Conants, they wanted to know how you were both getting along. When the war’s over and I get home, we will have to pay them a visit. It looks like I won’t be able to send any of you a present for Christmas, and I don’t want to spend money, because money doesn’t mean much. I’ll wait and maybe I can find something to buy one of these days. The sun was out for a while, but she didn’t last over a couple of days. Goodbye to you both and I’ll write again soon as I have time. By By

All My Love

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