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November 2       [single check mark]

     I took my Law exam in a rather

coherent daze and finally got on the

train to come home. I rode all the

way up with George [Croyden?], an

Ensign friend of Sheila’s, who made

the trip very pleasant.

     We got in Penn Station at eight

and I met Mother, Glory – and

Bill; and I’m happier than I’d even

hoped to be. We came home and I saw

Dad, who looks much better than I

expected — and everything seems swell.

Home can be purty wonderful!

     Bill looks grand and is even

nicer than I’d remember - - or perhaps

it’s just that we’ve both grown up

considerably. We talked a great

deal and became acquainted all over

again. He’s a wonderful person.