Same as usual
21st February 1946
Good news indeed—I am to be released on Tuesday 26th March. 25 group is commencing on the 14th as was originally suggested.
If I can manage it I’ll stay on in London until Thursday so that I can attend one more Refraction Hospital lecture.
It was nice to hear your voice last night and I really didn’t mean to be rude but it was rather like getting a telegram, I thought that there was trouble and I wanted to know what it was straight away. So I hope that I’m forgiven sweetheart.
At 6.30 am this morning I heard a furtive tap at my window and when I looked out there was Maurice. He came in and had a wash and breakfast with me and then I went up to St Johns Wood station with him and even then I caught mty usual train from Charing Cross.
He seems very well and looking forward to coming down to Minehead. He’ll then shoot off to Bournemouth.
I had another long talk with Stephen last night but that can wait till I see you.
Oh darling I am looking forward to seeing you on Saturday and perhaps I won’t have to say Godbye to you for many years, perhaps not a serious Goodbye at all.
Till I can prove it all my love is yours my sweetheart, to forgetting Anthony.
Always your own sweetheart,