23 May 1915 (2)

(To Mary)

Thank you very much indeed for your lovely letter, it came to me while I was in the trenches & I was very pleased indeed to get it.  The country round here is very pretty now, lovely woods & trees & heaps & heaps of flowers of every kind.  There are lots of bluebells & in some places the fields look quite blue with them.  So far I have not seen any foxgloves.  I don’t think there are any, so you must come out & pay me a visit one day & we will have tea in the woods.  You must bring your own mug, I’ve only got one for myself, & that’s made of tin with most of the enamel knocked off it.

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