Amelia??™s lost letter to Jim.
45/47 Simpson St
Dear Jim Martin.
Umm??¦ Hi Jim! How??™s life over there as a soldier Tough
Remember you can always give yourself up??¦. Your age!
We really don??™t want to lose you Jim, you still have time to change your mind and fight back your real age, you can you really can my son.
All the way I hope you a all in 1 piece, like the time I have last seen you before you left for WAR.
Countless things have changed recently at home and elsewhere, after you left for war, but the children manage to do well, Annie and Mary often were late for school without you keeping the drum playing.
Dad and I manage well at our jobs, but I have recently become more like a busy bee without your helping hands.
Esther had a baby girl with Young Charlie recently and Alice was expecting one in September.
Jim! I often missed you, not just me but the family too.
We a waiting??¦..waiting for you to come back home like 1 family fixed.
And remember the baby needs an Uncle Jim.
This is all I need to say for now so I might write to a close draw; I hope you will change your mind Jim.
-I remain your loving mother AMELIA. =)
Respond as soon as possible as every letter a WELCOME here!
From: Amelia Martin.
Dear my LOVING Jim.
The photo??™s you have recently sent have been received yesterday, at the morning.
I can clearly see your friends wearing those big hats and junky clothing and you beside just like a little fellow which you were, but I can tell you went skinnier and I also think you have shrunken to. I know the food provided wasn??™t as good as home, but you know you can always come back for it Jim.
I can see the surrounding was pretty wet and damp and beside you were sleeping in tents I suggest you to manage to keep yourself warm before you catch a deadly cold and REMEMBER try avoid corpse and dirty environment they really give some awful bacteria??™s.
Son! If lives TOO hard over there, come back the family really needs you, no one will think bad of you, cause your ONLY 14 my boy.
But if you want to stay, I as a mother won??™t force you but remember the family always needs you.
Good luck to you and your warm friends to ever trip and battles.
Back to the Good news, Alice gave birth just few days ago and it eventually came out as a chubby boy that I always wished, just to be as awesome as you are, but I always hope he wouldn??™t join up the Army for any war that would happen in future which I beg not.
Annie, Millie and Mary were doing pretty good at school and the hotel and farming manage through the line really steady.
Your dad manages to get in line driving the taxi, but I think he??™s doing great.
Well that??™s the entire news son in present; I might as well draw to a close now.
Remember to respond as soon as Possible, Stay in touch!
Your loving mother Amelia!
From: Amelia Martin