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We tried to get in several places to dance but
everything was too crowded. It was freezing out,
so we went back to the Hotel. Bill’s awfully swell.
Dec. 20, 1942
I slept this morning – Bill phoned twice,
but didn’t come down to the Hotel till
12:30. We had dinner and then walked and
talked more. Looking back on it, it was
sort of an uneventful trip, but I said the
weekend was perfect and Bill said it was
ideal. It was all of that. We had supper and
then we flew around to get me on the train.
Gosh! It was all wonderful.
Mother, Daddy and Liz met me at Penn
Station. We whizzed by the Hettler’s where the
remains of Christmas caroling was going on.
We gabbed and chatted. Oh, goll-ee, what a
vacation as this one is.
Dec. 21, 1942
At Mother’s and Daddy’s orders, I
recuperated today. Mother and I met Dad for
dinner. Daddy’s so thrilled – he’s been notified
that Davis and Geck has been awarded the Army,