Fall 1991 • Vol. XIII No. 4 Fiction |

Primus and Estelle

                              May 12, 1943 Dear Homefolks, . . . You ask how the honeymoon's going. Are you sure you really want to know? Well, then, here goes. There has never been and there will never be another one like it. Period. This honeymoon is not only one for the books, it is the book! Now I know that sounds like I'm complaining, but that couldn't be further from the truth. I am absolutely loving every minute of it. I wouldn't trade it for all the Niagara Falls mooning and spooning in the world. But can you really call it a honeymoon when you spend nearly every night tearing around from one little village to another and one small town to the next and up and down mountains and hills in the pitch-darkness trying to get the brand-new husband elected to public office? Well, that's exactly what we've been up to practically from the day we arrived, which is why I haven't been able to sit down and write you folks a

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