1943 Train Sketch
Letters from Arthur Singer
[Undated other than “Monday”. Refers to another letter earlier on the same day. No envelope. This stationery begins to be used in October 1943.]
I have more time to write now. This afternoon when I wrote I did so very hurriedly and my letter was probably kind of jumbled and excited. Well, that’s the Army for you – you can’t count on anything beforehand.
I have room orderly tomorrow so that will be one less detail that I can catch on a weekend. Also there is a night problem tomorrow that I will miss, so I’m kind of lucky in that respect.
Last night I caught the train with plenty of time to spare. There was lots of room also. The ride wasn’t bad and I did catch a few winks. The nuts came in handy as did the apple because I got quite hungry.
I saw the photo taken of the company and I’m ordering one enlargement at cost of 50¢ but it looks like a good picture. Also am getting 2 prints at 8¢ each of our company party.
Tomorrow is pay day, thank God, but that money will have wings on it.
Tonight I guess I’ll do some writing of letters. I will write to George.
I hope you don’t mind the change of atmosphere it’s the exact opposite of serene animal designs.
So until we’re in each other’s arms again – here is my love. Goodnight, angel.