H.C. Romieux, SK1c, USNR
USS JOHN LAND
c/o Fleet Post Office
San Francisco, Calif.
Mary Garner, SK2c, USNR.
C/o Supply Department
U.S. Naval Air Station,
Minneapolis, 6, Minnesota.
29 October 1944
Just received two of your letters. I can't understand why mine are so long in reaching you.
Sorry to hear you have been worrying about me-cause I am fine and there just is not anything to worry about. That Gabriel Hester always was sensational in his broadcasts-you surely know that by this time. If my Mother has been listening to him she sure must be in a fine state of worry. Poor thing, she gets excited so easily too.
Glad you enjoyed yourself at the football game and yes I remember- but wish I had been there so we could go together-believe it or not! For real sun-burn tho' you should get some of this sun here - it really is hot.
Your lucky to have your leave approved and able to get home for Christmas, and I know you will have a nice trip. By the way better make your reservations if you have not already. You no doubt know the Penna. railway man there - he is really quite accommodating - can't think of his name just now.
Well dear, don't you for a second ever think I don't enjoy those letters and keep looking forward for the next.
Bye till later-