FIELD SERVICE POST CARD
To T. Smith, 24 Palmerston Rd, Bowes Park, London N22 England. Postmarked Field Post Office 20. 16 JY 17.
I am quite well
I have received your letter dated 9th July Regd
Letter follows at first opportunity
Signature only. A. Smith. Date July 15th 17
July 16th 17
I am writing to thank you very much for the 10/- note received yesterday; it came as a pleasant surprise. We have been paid more regularly lately but money is always useful I did not change the other one until last week.
Have you seen anything of the air raids lately, I hope not as they do not give a very enjoyable time. I heard from Ciss the other day they certainly came too close there to be pleasant but it was a good job none of them was hurt.
We are still at the same place & not having a bad time we do not have so many hours on parade as we have been getting.
What do you think of the war news lately I don’t think you & Mr. Fillary will have to go I fancy it will be settled before then; I don’t think it will last long now by the look of things the Russians are doing very well again. I am looking forward to soon being back in good old Blighty again.
The weather has been rather changeable lately but still very nice not too hot.
Have you heard from Albert Taylor lately I hope he is well I should like to write to him if you know his address.
I am glad to say I am very well & I hope you are jogging along merry & bright & that you are all in the best of health.
I think I am dried up for news now so must finish off.
With much love from
P.S. I should be glad of a tin of Harrisons if you get this before you send a parcel but otherwise there is no hurry as I still have one full tin.