World War ll;Correspondence;Work;Camaraderie of War Wives;Censor's Marks;Letting Hair Down;Readjustment;Weather;Aviation;Mail as a morale builder
I guess whomever you borrowed the paper from used to write his girl long letters. One of the gals at home writes me that the boy she’s gonna marry writes her four or five letters a day.—I felt very neglected to say the least!
I don’t guess we’d better get very mad at each other—because when I get mad I like to get as far away from the person as possible. I’d probably wake up in Iowa some morning, with you still in Alabama for instance! And think of the train fare wasted—I’m afraid the budget couldn’t take it...
Recommended CitationAiken , Patricia O'Brien , "Letter written by Patricia O'Brien Aiken to Lieutenant Albert Shelton Aiken dated August 18, 1942" (1942). Aiken, Patricia O'Brien (Letter Writer). Paper 7.