#15 Can. Gen’l Hospital
9. Jan. 41
Dearest Ma & Junie,
We English must have our tea, so tea time, 4.00 pm. A cup of tea and some “sugarless” crackers. Been sitting in bed all afternoon, talking to some of my pals, may be a bit too much, as I am now getting a bit groggy –
Will carry on with this letter in the morning.
9.30 pm Just getting ready to go to bed. Feeling alright, although right now few jerries are going over some where, hope they don’t bother us to-night. Nothing new.
Lots of love
A big kiss
“Daily memo” #9
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