Maybe you think I'm not rushed. I have a few minutes while I'm waiting for the baggage man- so I'm putting them to good use.
So many wonderful things have happened to me since I've been in Waterloo that I hate to leave. Unexpected trips to C.R. and the glorious outcome of one of them- almost too good to be true.
I've made up my mind to like Dubuque, though- and after I'm settled you and I are going to have many more glorious times.
Please, dear, I'll find a letter waiting for me there in the morning, won't I? It will be such a glorious welcome.
My pay check hasn't come, so I may have to walk yet. I'll make the company advance the money- they pay my expenses in the end anyway.
Dearest, I'll always have a warm spot in my heart for Waterloo. It was while I was here that the most wonderful thing in the world happened to me. And the McBrooms have been so wonderful to me.
But love is not a matter of geography- and I'll love you as much tomorrow in Dubuque as I do today in Waterloo. And it is dearly that.
I love you,