I guess you have been home for a lot of days by the time you get this little letter. Let me hope that you had a pleasant time in Fla. At the present writing I am somewhere at sea in the southern Pacific and where we are bound I do not know. Confidentially I don't care much either. We have had a good trip so far and although the accommodations are not of the finest, they are bearable. I wish I were with you for a while honey lamb. I miss you so much. I suspect that it will be a lot of days before I see you again my love, but until that time hold the fort.
Margaret was still in Kentland, living with her parents and Bud Kruman, her first husband.