Nov 25th 1918
My Dear Miss Munro
I received your letter several days ago was so pleased to hear from you I was also glad to hear the folks got on all right whilst at your home and I got a letter from my sister written after they got up to Gorrie she said that she was not very well but I hope she is better again before now, it is wonderful how she can keep her trouble to herself and she has had her share first losing her husband and now dear Murray oh I did so like Murray he was my favorite nephew he and D'Arcy were with me so much in their young days and I feel Murrays death very much and I sympathize very much with you in your sorrow but time will heal those wounds although we will not forget those who were dear to us.
I was very sorry that you did not get down both Dexter and I was so anxious you would come but I hope that you will be able to come yet when Jennie is back here again I hope you will come I was not very well at the time you was to come but I am better now I am improving all the time and I hope in time to be back to any usual health
Jennie said in her letter that they had a very pleasant time in Stratford that you were so kind to them and did so much to make the time pleasant I will close now hoping you are all well and that you will come to see us
Excuse all mistakes as I am not a very good hand at writing letters
Yours very sincerely
Minnie M. Day