February 22, 1944
Feb. 22, 1945
Dear Mother, Dad, and Grandpa,
Once again I find myself with plenty to write about but all I would like to write is strictly forbidden.
How is the weather at home by now? Still plenty cold, I imagine.
Dad, yesterday your letter of Feb. 3rd came, while today I received your letter dated Jan. 30.
Please send as much food as you are able to. It will be disposed of in short order. Of that I can assure you.
There is very little to write about, but I wanted to write anyways so that you would at least hear from me.
I am feeling fine and living much better than I had expected overseas. Do write all the news from home.