Mar 26, 1919
I have not got a letter from you in three weeks but that is not going to keep me from writing to you. Things look like we are some going but no one knows when, so I won’t say but hope it will be in the next two months. I don’t think I will get to go down to Eisenburg where Pa came from but will try it. It has been snowing here for about two weeks but still there is no snow now. That belt I sent Floyd I think it will be too big but he can have it cut down if it is. We had pork for dinner today. It sure was good. That’s something we don’t get every day, about two times a year, but we can’t kid at the eats. It would do us no good because Uncle Sam is not like a mother.
About the end of the month I got homesick but soon got over it. I am feeling fine and have been that way most of the time. I am sending some cards they half make it a letter. I hope you get the paper I send you. It’s the hot air paper from the S.O.S. Well this is all I can think of just now. Hoping to hear from you soon.
Your son Glen Kaiser
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