Somewhere near Vaudesson, 3/8/1918

Dear Em.

 

Just answered Madge’s letter of Feb. 12, and in answer to yours of the same date you will have to suffer the same dose. These are the only things we can get to write on now, and for what news and time we have to write they are sufitient (or sume thing like that). Im very well thank you. I would like to get a look at the old Eighth Regi.

 

Thank you all for the package which is due any time now. Will let you know when it arrives. Nothing of any importance has happened. The weather is very good now and I hope it continues so. Times have changed at home since father was a boy all right. Ive got to answer two more letters on these cards before I do another thing, so hoping this finds you all well and enjoying some real balmy spring weather also trusting that Ill get the package you’re sending Ill remain.

 

Sam.

Sgt. S.E. Avery Hdq. Co. 103rd Inf A.E.F.

 

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