Sigmn. Moore J.,
Main HQ W/Less Section,
12 Corps Signals,
31st March 1945.
I haven’t heard from any of you since I last wrote but I thought I would grab the chance of writing you a few lines.
The mail is very slow arriving these days. Since I received the parcel etc. I have only had a letter from Florrie and last week’s Illustrated Chronicle. Consequently there’s hardly anything to write about.
The weather (as usual) is the main item of news and even that hasn’t changed. It’s still a bit unsettle and we’ve had quite a bit of rain in the last two or three days.
Florrie said she hadn’t had any news of me for some time so I suppose that means she hasn’t heard from you. She seems about that same and says that holiday enquiries for the summer are pouring into the district. I suppose people are hoping to enjoy a peace time holiday this year.
Well if my calculations and Belgian diary (printed in French!) are correct, tomorrow is Easter Sunday. I don’t know how much difference this festival will make to you but it certainly won’t affect us. I often think of the old Catterick days when we used to get roast pork for dinner nearly every Sunday. Talk about the good old days – we’d got nothing to moan about in England.
I think that’s all I’ve got to say this time. Hope you are all well, and hope to hear from you very soon.
Lots of Love,
P.S. Have just received Dad’s letter posted 26 March. Will answer next time.