Sept. 16, 1925.
My dearest Walter:
No, I didn’t get a letter today but I can look forward to getting one or two tomorrow. Mama and I went in town this evening after the post office had closed, but we had ‘phoned and asked Bob to get the mail for us and carry it to his house, and there was no letter from Walter.
While Mama visited at Thelma’s I went to church “all by my lonesome.” The sermon was good, and I really believe the evangelist is going to do quite a bit of good in the community. He is a very forceful speaker and is very convincing. Uvalde needs something, and perhaps that is it. When I returned from church I found Mr. and Mrs. Parman at Thelma’s. They are leaving Saturday for Dallas where they will stay a few days and then go to Tennessee to visit their people. Mr. Parman expects to spend 10 days there and, while Mrs. Parman is finishing her visit, he will return to Dallas to work for a while. I have an idea though that when “D.C.” starts West, Mrs. Parman will start right back with him. You know how lost she feels if he goes away for a few minutes without her.
I wish you knew tonight how much I loved you, Sweetheart. I can’t think of anything except the world that’s large enough to measure it in, and I think it would take several of those, so I’ll just simply say “I love you.”