No. 7925934. Sgt. Greenwood, R.T.
9th Battn. R.T.R.


Friday evening

Jess dear,

We have been fairly busy today and I am left with little time for writing… not that it matters much because I have little of interest to talk about. Even your letters are held up again somewhere as it is now three or four days since I received one. Perhaps there will be a batch for me tomorrow.

I have seen Mr. Cornelese again today and have had to promise to call on him again tomorrow… principally to collect a P/c enlargement of the ‘photo I sent you some time ago. I will send it on – perhaps with my next letter.

The weather over here has become much warmer during the last day or two, and most of the snow has disappeared, leaving behind the usual squelchy mess. I hope conditions are better with you now… and that you have had no trouble with burst pipes etc. Judging by the papers, England seems to have suffered almost a record freeze-up during recent weeks… and frozen pipes appear to have been the rule.

Please forgive this short note, dear.

Yours always