My dear Mother. Very many thanks for your letter – rather a quiet weekend you seem to have had – with no one at home.
I did’nt know Dick was in France. I knew he had arrived at Marseilles – rather a good job – a Field ambulance is’nt it – & I expect he is rather pleased – and attached to the cavalry an’ all. Thanks for his address – I will write to him presently.
I’ve never known such a series of rotten days – always raining & blowing hard – & makes things so miserable-
Yes I saw about old Ommaney’s son – but I thought he was going into the Navy; so I was’nt absolutely certain – so sad for him. You might tell him when you see him next how sorry I am will you.
Yes quite a show I believe those Gloucester fellows had down there with the Flag-hanging – I knew all the men in that picture.
I am glad to hear Chubbie is fit again – I hope to hear from Jane soon – as I’ve just sent them another customer- That Maisie Hill girl – the friends of mine up this way, whom I go and see. They are in Town now for the winter.
Awfully nice idea I think to let the Wounded men use the dining room. I’ll see if I can send some papers along for you-
with much love to you all
ever your loving son