George Ryan’s letter home dated 25 Mar 1915
25 Mar 1915
Dear M & F,
Thanks for your note at the foot of Edie’s letter of Feb 26th. I had a letter from Bert at Rouen; I expect he’s in the thick of it now.
Well as you see we are still here. We shan’t leave this week now; we expect to go next Thursday. This place doesn’t seem to have agreed with me this last week, my inside has been a bit out of order. I’ve had a few doses of medicine & feel almost right again now. But I think the change of air will do me good.
We had a thunderstorm every evening this week. (Perhaps it was that that upset me.) One night the lightning was very vivid; every 4 or 5 seconds, it fairly lit up the whole place, & the rain comes down in sheets.
Further news in girls’ letters.
Hoping you are all well, Love to all,
Yr affec son
I suppose you are keeping all my letters?