November 3, 1964
Dear David and Bonnie:
After talking to David this morning, if you have decided you want to fly home for Christmas, you go to the airport and make your reservations and let me know what it will cost and I will send you a check to cover. I think it will be better for you to make the reservations because you will know better at what time you will want to leave Boston. I think you only have to make a deposit when you make reservations.
There are two places I could go tonight – a Club meeting and a Class party, but I think I will stay home – that is if Dad is home – he may have to go to the hospital and take care of one of Dr. K’s patients (Dr. K should be home from his California vacation today or tomorrow). I want to follow the returns on TV, as I presume you will be doing.
Our Township and Town vote came out for Standard Time, so next weekend I suppose we will set our clocks with Chicago. It really doesn’t make much difference to me, but a lot of people do plenty of sqwaking (sp).
We are still enjoying very mild weather – just like summer and I am enjoying every minute of it.
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I don’t think that ever came to pass, i.e., flying from Boston to Indiana. But then again, we know how much I don’t remember!
By all appearances, you did, and the following Christmas, too.