We have been waiting to hear from you- we haven’t for a couple of weeks. We are all fine.
“America was making arms and food for the British, but at home 130 million people were living their own lives, doing American things: reading the football scores, thinking of turning in the old automobile for a “snazzy” new model, going fishing, taking it easy.” – Alistair Cooke
Before 1941, the Nelson children lived a pretty typical small town American life. They played sports in High School, fished, went duck hunting, watched movies, went bowling and worked to help support themselves and the family.
Our last mail from you was your letter of Sept 13th- how about exercising your arm a little more often? Guess this letter is a few days late, so I’d better not kick.
Received your letter of Sept. 13th. Sounds like you had a nice trip to Luxembourg City. Tell us more about it.