May 19, 1964
Warren wrote the following letter on May 19, 1964. He was in Venezuela and the boys and I were in Pasadena, Texas at 2411 Rosemead.
Well, it won't be long now. The last of this month or the first of next month. It will probably be the first of June. They are having trouble with some pipe and testing. Anyway, it won't be long. As soon as I find out, I will wire you.Boy, that damn phone call made me mad. I was yelling as lound as I could and that's pretty loud and you still couldn't hear me. Guess that's the way it goes.Just got back from eating. That's really getting old. Same stuff all the time. It never changes. I've eaten everything on the menu.Glad the boys are doing fine. Hope they know me when I get back. You know, five months is a long time in a little boys mind.I'm having a hard time writing this letter. I'm very depressed and lonely. I can't get you out of my mind, Darling. I love you very much. That will never change. When I get home we are going some place all by ourselves - not around the house either. We have a lot to make up for. I wish I could make the time go faster. I can hardly wait. I know one thing - I've been gone too long, but never again. If something was to happen that you couldn't come back with me, I just wouldn't go. It's that simple. I'm not ever going to leave you again. I love you and the boys too much. In fact, I don't think you'd let me go. One thing for sure - I wouldn't. All I can think of is that I love you, but I'll be showing you soon.Well, that's about all for now, so I'll close with you on my mind. I know it is short. I'll be glad when I don't have towrite anymore, won't you. Kiss the boys for me. I love you, Baby. Good night and off to bed I go.
With all my love, all the way. Warren