6 Sept 40
Back in Camp after a week of rest in London. Air raids and all did not stop me from having two baths a day and seeing a good show every night.
I also had some real good meals. My postman tells me to-night that a cable from you came to-day but the dumb bell sent it to London, and that means I will not see it for a few days. I am anxious to know about Junie. I see so many nice things here that I can send her.
I am taking the matter of your allowance with the High Commissioner here, who will forward it to Ottawa at once.
Now what are you going to do this fall. I think you should board but you should have a small apartment for yourself or storage everything and stay will Trixie altogether. Right now I would you could hear the noise I just heard, so will write again tomorrow.
Love to you darling
Wish you’d have been in London with me
A big kiss
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Welcome! This site posts the Second World War letters of Brigadier Edmond Blais to his wife Laurette. One letter will be posted every day, in chronological order. The letters begin with then-Major Blais' Atlantic crossing in December, 1939.
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