Senior Officers School Sheerness
Letter to my wife
Royal 22nd Regt
Jan 26, 1940
Well everyone has flown away for the week end, only a few of us remained here (reason study). However the school Commondont has invited me to tea & dinner to-night at his week end home, a beautiful farm not far from here.
Well I have now finished my 3rd week at College and my trials have all been excellent.
Just a born soldier?
I received yesterday a letter from Junie dated Jan 2. How slow mail is coming along.
I believe that if you send my mail to Canada it would get here much quicker, ie Canadian Base P.O. instead of my London address.
I wanted to send Ed Jr. some money but have been stopped as no money can be transferred from B. Isles without permission of some high officials.
However, I am applying for a monthly permit to do so.
How are you feeling. I do hope you are ok now.
I caught a nasty cold last week and I am having a hard time with it.
How are the folks.
Have you heard from Warren & Carrie lately.
Do write more often.
Hope you keep in good health.
Saving 15.00 a month for my Miami home — the dream house.
I miss you all a hole lot.
Lots of love.
A letter a day
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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