Just got home a few minutes ago. Golly, honey, I’ve really got it bad. I’m so in love with you. I wanted to be alone with you for a while today but it’s probably a good thing I wasn’t. there were a couple of things I was going to say—nothing important but it’s undoubtedly for the best that we weren’t alone today.
What a bunch of moods we went through last night. Just about every one in the books—or don’t they have a book of moods?
Gee, honey, you’re so wonderful and patient—I love you so. The more I think about March, the further it seems away. Gee, honey, will it ever get here. Everyone else says it will be here before I know it. I wish I could believe that. Time sure flies when I’m with you but golly, darling, when you’re not around, every minute drags. I love you so, honey.
Judson, I know that I’ve never been in love with anyone before. There could never be anyone else for me either, darling. You’ve spoiled me for every other male. There isn’t a man living who could compare to you. I love you so, darling. I only wish that I could show you how much I love you. That’s one thing I’ll never be able to do.
I love you so, my darling. Honestly, you’re so sweet and thoughtful. How can anyone be as wonderful as you.
Judson, I do hate to be away from you even for a few minutes. These next two months will be murder, darling, I don’t know what I’ll ever do without you for two whole months.
Darling, I’m in a rut. I can’t think of anything but you & being near you. That’s the only thing I care to think about, too.
Hon, this can’t go on much longer. Golly, I love you so. Weekends go so fast now. This one just flew so awfully fast. Darling, I meant to thank you for having us up to the Air Show. It was wonderful. Gee, those planes were beautiful. I can understand how you love them so much & I wish I could fly with you. It was a wonderful show & you’re wonderful, too. What a one track mind I have, darling.
How do you like this short little letter, my darling? I just go on & on writing to you. You’re so marvelous & I love you.
Honey, it just doesn’t seem possible. Really, I was so sure that I never could love you any more than I did before but—well, it’s the same old story. I love you so much more, my darling. It just doesn’t seem possible, honey, that I could love anyone this much.
Well, my darling, please write often. I love you so. Oh, tell Steve I’ll try to write him tomorrow. I don’t have anything to tell him, though because I’m in such a fog that I wouldn’t hear anything anyone said to me.
What did you do after you left us tonight. Golly, I hated to leave you today, honey. Well, hon, I’ve got to get to sleep. It’s about 7:30 and I’ll probably get there about none.
I love you.
All my love,
Recommended CitationSix Clark, Dorothy A., "Letter Written by Dorothy A. Six Clark to William Judson Clark Dated December 11, 1944" (1944). Clark, Dorothy Audrey Six and William Judson. Paper 106.