Aug 12th 1943
3813 Pinder St. E.
Well here I am studying a little for exams to morrow so I thought I would answer your letter that I got to nite. The exams to morrow are just the weekly exams that we have.
I was sorry to hear that the canary died and I felt kind bad when I came to that part of the letter but please don't say anything to Audry about it dying. I know Audry wouldn't exchange birds and that she would do the best she could in line of getting the bird. If it was an old bird she likely got it at a bargin or something but please don't blame it on to her. I haven't written to them since I have left Edmonton but I will write either to-nite or to-morrow and tell them what happened.
Well we have another two weeks to go on our course here so it won't be long now. We had P.T. to night after school and we had it last Tuesday and boy was I stiff yesterday so I guess I will be stiff to morrow.
I was glad to hear that you at least got some rainfall out there, about what will the wheat do this year in its yield.
Well we get paid to-morrow so it will be a happy day I guess for all the airmen.
Mrs. Young says that the bird might have died of lonesomeness for she says that they will do that and die.
Well there isn't much news so I guess I will close for now hoping to hear from you again soon.
With Oceans of Love