152 University Ave.
July 3, 11 a.m. 
Phone no. 5181
Train on time last night, retired at 9:30 roused myself at 8, went to the University Union for breakfast at 8:45 and found that breakfast would not be served till 8 on Wednesday on account of repairs, sauntered over to the famous Queen's, was welecomed by the proprietor (Christopher) who greeted me with the salutation 'Ah, has he come for his orange juice, eggs sunny-side up, crisp bacon, very-well-done toast, marmalade and two cups of coffee.' 'Right you are,' I said, said I, 'You haven't forgotten me.' 'Ah no, my friend,' Chris replied 'Who could forget an appetite like yours and your individual taste.'
That was a good beginning. I went over to Queen's and found two hundred students at least lined up for registration. I found that my hour is from 9 to 10, quite satisfactory. I couldn't learn how many had registered for the Refresher Course, as some may apply late, but I shall have about thirty for English 5.
After that I went down to Princess Street and purchased the following articles:
Several items of information may here be mentioned:
My job this afternoon will be preparing the first lecture so as to start off fairly well. The blessings of Earth and High Heaven upon your darling heads.
Much love from finicky Father
and how-do-you do hubby to
beloved Vi and Cakes.