KEEP YOUR MOVEMENTS SECRET
A.C.F., W.A. DIVISION
W.E. Pidgeon, C/O DPR Unit, APO Darwin
Another hurried note to catch the mail as I am pushing off again down the road. I won’t be able to catch a mail further on. Nothing whatever has happened since I wrote you midday yesterday. Enjoyed “Sun Valley Serenade” once more – The skiing was extra good. Got a real kick out of it. Fancy that wonderful season down south going to waste.
I’ll be pleased to be home again soon – I don’t know – I like it up here but get sick of the lack of privacy & I miss you. Be a bit of alright if we had a house up here together. Have managed to get enough stuff together to keep me going for some time when I return so that even if I go to new Guinea we’ll be together for a few months. After 10 years you certainly get settled down into a routine existence. After the war we’ll have to get away more together. Make our own pleasures without the help or otherwise of others.
Fighter pilots are putting on a do this week celebrating some anniversary. Your art husband has been invited – I suppose he will feel a little poorly on the morning after.
I like to get away from the correspondents’ mess – there’s too much blasted proximity all the time. But miss your letters like hell. I won’t get one now until Monday next when I plan to return.
Have nothing more to add at the moment darling – will write again tonight. This is just so’s you’ll get something to remember me by you little beaut.