February 20, 1944
My dearest Eva,
I didn’t receive a letter from you today so I will just have to add on to what I said last night. It was wonderful to hear your voice. Gosh, darling, if only I can see you this time, I hope we can find each other, you are always so hard to meet.
I know that everything will be wonderful if you can find a place to stay around here. It will be a shame if the two of us couldn’t find a night’s lodging for us together. I believe we will make out alright because darling I love you so darn much that I would give anything just to see you.
It has been so awfully long since I have seen you that my heart sets a fast pace just at the thought of seeing you. Thrilling as getting married was, I feel that way all over again just at the thought of seeing you.
Darling, I would give anything just to be with you tonight. It is snowing here tonight, what a wonderful night to stay home and snuggle up.
Sweetheart, I certainly want to be able to hold you in my arms and kiss you soon because if I don’t I am going to squeeze the feathers out of my pillow.
I will try to call you tomorrow, dearest, and find out what your plans are. If only I can just see you, it would be so wonderful.
Goodnight, darling, I love you with all my heart.
PFC Calvin Spilsbury