Forgive me for my seeming procrastinating. Taint so. There are days are such that I cannot do much. I thank you so very much, you will never know, how I have loved your letters. I am so thrilled about your Hebrew. I heard Dann Thomas sing (chant) Kohl Nidhr. It was beautiful.
Please buy the $7.00 record for me to give to Gladys. We did that last year and she loved it. I will send you a check the first of next week including tax and postage. I am so thrilled about your teaching, and so is your mother. She came in to show me a doll she had brought for Becky from Disney Land.
Love to Dave & Bonnie
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I see we have rush ahead a year with this letter. “I am so thrilled about your Hebrew.” That makes more sense in 1965 than 1964. I doubt that I took Hebrew during my first year. But who knows.
“I am so thrilled about your teaching, and so is your mother. ” This makes more sense too, during my second year. Although I do wonder what it means. I did get a position as assistant to a professor at Emerson college….so maybe this is a reference to that.