Letter from Alf to Nell 25 June 1918

Woking M.H.

June 25 1918

 

My Dear Nell,

Thanks for letter & photos which arrived this morning.  Not a bad photos of you at all.  Have had a day out to-day for the first time.  Getting on A.1 now.  & we shan’t be long.

Come down any day you like now only let me know as I might be sent to Eastbourne convalescence any day now.  You see we have had some more cases in & the place is full now so I might be marked out for con. Camp any day.  Still don’t put your visit off.  Could you manage the week end.  Would be fine if you could.  Wouldn’t matter if you brought the girls like you did before, only we shouldn’t go looking for frogs.

Don’t think much of the place round here.  Southborough was bad enough but this place takes the cake.  Just about the last place made & not finished.  As for the hospital – roll on Eastbourne or leave.

Well Dear must close now or shall be having “windows” after me.  Best respects to Mother & Father.  With Fondest Love & Kisses

I remain

Your loving

Alf

Xxxxxx

xxxxxx

 

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