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try again in the new place. Mean-
while, I am holding three pairs of
silk stockings here. Oh dear - I wish
your legs would suddenly pop into a
pair of them, & you above them. I
am missing you so desperately all the.
It is 2 years today since Germay
invaded Poland - do you remember how
tensely we listened to the wireless, to
hear the news & if the T.A. Reserve
was being called up. I suppose many
things have happened that had to happen,
& we are so much nearer to the
end. Thank God - I still listen to & read
the news avidly - & look forward more
& ever more to our re union, & think
of all we have to do & say & make
up to eachother. And I'm always feeling
that I shall see Max before he
is much older - & shall be in time
to put on his naps & help to teach
him how to walk & talk. I should
have to miss all those things - & I cannot
bear to think of missing you for very
much longer. All my dearest love
to you sweetheart & all my kisses.
And a big X for Maxie. Always. Hary.

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BY AIR MAIL

AIR MAIL
LETTER CARD

IF ANYTHING IS ENCLOSED THIS CARD
WILL BE SENT BY ORDINARY MAIL.

[partial postmark]
POST OFFICE

[written]
LL2

Mrs. H. Massey.
Carseland.
Pillary Hill.
Noss Mayo.
Nr Plymouth.

[stamped]
PASSED BY CENSOR
No. 2464

[printed]
GT. BRITAIN.

WHEN FOLDED THE LETTER CARD MUST CONFORM IN SIZE AND SHAPE WITH
THE BLUE BORDER WITHIN WHICH THE ADDRESS ONLY MAY BE WRITTEN.

[page turned, written]
JH Massey

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