Index of Letters
Letters from Roslyn to Walter Felson sent during World War II
Jan 4, 1944

Hello my sweets --

Hope you are well and safe. How I wish I could hear from you. Tomorrow will be two weeks since your last letter. Margaret Downs has been waiting about 7 weeks since her husband left and no word. I hope I don't have to wait that long.

We are all well and the kids in their innocence, are as happy as larks. Judy had Lanie have become bosom companions, and are learning to play together so well, mostly due to Judy's tack and diplomacy. Elaine is the perfect little mimic, imitating every act and word of her big sister. They still ask about their daddy many times during each day and say prayers for him each night. Judy wished on a chicken bone last night that "daddy would be home for her birthday." Would that it were possible.

They both look at your picture so often and cover it with kisses. Me too.

Your "women" send all their love, and millions of kisses,



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