No. J.5 AIthelma Apartments,
78 Grosvenor, Street,
October 21st, 1922.
Your letter came this morning telling me that you and
Father are willing T should go to school and I simply could almost weep for joy over it . You don't know what it will mean to me, and I'm so so thankful that you said Yes. Iwas quite sure you would, though. Remember I said that I had written for a catalogue of the wonderful Technical school here, well I have gotten It, and am simply thrilled to death over the marvelous courses they give. Of course they include many more than just English, in one of their courses, but Dr. Banting is sure that if he writes a word for me that they will let me chose my own. I am crazy to talk it all over with you,and although 1 think I have already chosen a fine English Literature course, I want to have some of your ideas too. We will go over and talk with the principle when you come and get everything arranged then. By the way, when are you coming up? I thought you said it would be sometime next week and I am eagerly hoping so. Do please tell me soon if you know, for Dr. McClintock wants to stay up here while you are here so that he and Blanche can do some things together while you are with me. But he can't stay much longer as it is, but if you were coming up say next week, why I guess he could, and it would make it very nice for Blanche and us too. Dear me, I always seem to be thinking of something else for you to bring up, but I really wonder if you couldn't possibly manage to bring my nice volley ball and my little workbasket that folds in together that I brought back from Bermuda which has my thimble etc, in that I find I am going to need up here. Thank you!
We are having an exceedingly cold fall up here too, and what
do you think , it snowed the other day the least bit and yesterday it
was radiantly clear,but only twenty_five. Imagine! This looks as if we