D. Chesterfield to Kathleen, London, September 2

AE Or3 C42

Sept 2nd

Dearest Kathleen

I was so glad of yr dear kind letter & to hear something of you. thank you very much & I was indeed glad to hear of you. you write much too seldom & I never know where to write to you till I have a letter from you. I am glad to tell you my side is all right again – really no more pain – only I still feel useless & sort of weak & weak too in my legs. I cant make any plans as the Dr.would not say when or if I cd go. he said I cd not go there such a long journey. So I am waiting to hear what next he says. & I hope may go next week or the one after so many of my [?] [?] have gone or are going away. Now Dell for one goes Monday & I shall miss her so. she is so kind & good. comes so often – so does my Charlie. Sometimes I am quite in good spirits & sometimes not [?]. When shall I see you are you coming to London. I suppose later on you will be going to Miss Gilberts. Harry is still rather complaining I about his legs & feet & says he cant walk much but he has got a masseur who seems most cheery tells him he knows he will do him good Oh Comme je l’espere Donne my love to dear old Jack when you write he is such a nice fellow. Were not Italy & Romania a real joy – I hope they are a hope of finishing this awful war sooner than one expected. awful wet day again. it is most trying. Well you dear write again soon & [?] me yr address with every kindest wish – I am yr very loving friend



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