May 26 1913
Dearest: I am almost at a loss to know where to address you but will suppose you are in St. Johns by now, no doubt you have heard before now that I was there yesterday no need of me saying how I wish you had been there for you ought to know. Really dear I never came so near, shedding a few in my life.
I suppose that there was a pretty lonesome look on my face for everyone I would pass would give me a sympathizing smile and look as much as to say “Im [sic] sorry” why I would have given a thousand if you had been there, things never looked so lonesome in the last two years. Perhaps will be up again, soon, will tell you in time so you won’t go If Mona hadn’t been there I would certainly have been lost. She is surley [sic] some girl, We had quite a chat but if it had only been you, I got your card as we came thru Concho was glad to hear you were having such a good time. How are all my friends anyway I supposed you mentioned me of course. Oh there is such a racket I can hardly write and you know my powers of concentration are’nt [sic] very good
As I must go I suppose this will have to be short but write soon little girl for I am so lonesome and disappointed and you know how much I love you It will not be long till we go on the mt. I can hardly wait. Is Joyce and Wolf going there is going to be a dandy crowd I hope Mona does not go before we go
It is just about to [sic] dark to see so will quit will write again in the next few days with worlds of love Harold.