47 Glencairn Ave.
Friday am. [10 Dec. 1954]
I wonder how you are today. Is the throat easier? And are you staying at the Beckman? I was so glad to hear your voice last night even if it was husky. I came home from Poss's in time. Am going there again tonight after which I spout on the Titanic to the Liberal Arts Club.
You will be glad to now that two days ago they put in the traffic lights by Sproule's drug store quite convenient. And we were talking about the necessity of it a few days ago. Now we can cross without anxiously peering North and South to watch the cars coming at 50 m.p.h.
And how is sweet Cakes? I hope the progress will be fast. I am thinking about her all the time.
Cal is probably coming tomorrow and on Monday evening we have the Hincks dinner and meeting. I hope the boys turn up in good time.
Phone dear as often as you can between 9 and 10 and let me know the news. Let Peg do the talking if the throat is sore.
Excuse this paper. I must get a pad from the Bureau soon. My pen is beginning to scratch. It is close to the end of its 39 cent value.
With much love