Nov. 2nd 1942
I wrote to you last night but want to go to the show tomorrow night so am starting this letter tonight. There won't be any mail in tomorrow so won't have to worry about answering any letters. I'll write again on Wed. if there is any mail in but chances are pretty slim of any mail coming in this week. I sure hope that the missing letters show up but chances of that are pretty slim now. I sent you a wire for some money today the first time I've done that since coming over here. I'll have to do better and save money for my next leave Sweetheart as I sure hate asking you for money.
It is time for me to hit the hay Snooke so I'll finish this up tomorrow. I should write a couple of letters tomorrow but it just depends on the mood I'm in at noon tomorrow.
I was a little lucky at cards today so went to the Odeon to see "Broadway". It was a really good picture with Pat O'Brien and George Raft. The other picture was Frisco Lil, and it was pretty good. I didn't get time to finish this at noon as the Colonel was around. I have to go on guard in a short while so will try to finish this letter before I go on. The truck comes around early in the morning so this should catch the mail truck. There wasn't any mail in today but there never is on a Thurs. unless it is an extra large batch.
I'll write you again tomorrow if there is any mail in but hardly expect any.
I've finished my guard for tonight so can finish this off now. It is rather late to be writing a letter but there is no time like the present.
This leave I'm going to spend in Leeds with Pete Davidson. He came to York with me last so I'll have to go with him this time. It is supposed to be a swell place to spend a leave so I should have a good time. I only wish you were here to spend it with me, boy would that ever be swell. Maybe by this time next year we'll be having a real holiday together again.
So long for now Sweetheart and take good care of yourself.
Lots of Love, Hugs and Kisses
Your Loving Ron
P.S. I Love You