My Dearest Eugénie,
I received your letter on my arrival here yesterday. I came over in time for dinner then I walked to Ash and had a chat with Aunt Susan, had some tea at Arthur Gardner’s and then returned, shall go to Rosway to-day to dinner and must then see Uncle Noakes and Aunt Sarah afterwards. I think I may walk up to Walmer and see the Haywards there and take the 5.55 train back to Folkestone. On Monday I propose to get up to London in time to catch the 1.30 at Paddington so I ought not to be late home, I may however look in at the office and brewery for a little while on reaching Evesham.
It is fine again this morning, as was yesterday, but Wednesday and Thursday were quite wet days.
I shall be glad to see you dear again on Monday.
Give my little woman a kiss for me and with love to you all
I am as ever
Your affectionate Husband