World War ll;Correspondence;Work;Camaraderie of War Wives;Censor's Marks;Letting Hair Down;Readjustment;Weather;Aviation;Mail as a morale builder
Hi My Sweet.
I really do think you’re wonderful. It’s quite enough to feel when I’m worried but when you write a letter timed to get there on a day when I’m especially worried that’s something extra. It seemed so funny—just as if you’d known the day before how horrible I felt and then sat down and wrote exactly the right thing, and it got there the next day...
Recommended CitationAiken, Patricia O'Brien, "Letter Written by Patricia O'Brien Aiken to Lieutenant Albert Shelton Aiken postmarked April 27, 1943" (1943). Aiken, Patricia O'Brien (Letter Writer). Paper 18.