Xmas 1918. Dear Lilian, Aunt Lily wishes you a very happy Xmas with plenty nice things to eat and just what you wanted in your stashing. Hope Ernest will have time to have a good camp with you, and it will be lovely weather so you can go for a nice walk, have a game snowball. I would if I could with your dad. This other card I think you would like to send to one of your Grannies. You can write better then aunt Lily. She sends heaps of love. Kisses to her.
If you and I go down Sunday night, on the q.t. She says yes! A surprise would do them good, what do you say? I should not like to tell them we were going as if would keep Mum up all night. And it would be better for us to knock them up in the early mom as it would not disturb their night sleep. Dear Alice. I hope you are getting on better at your play? And I trust that you are also feeling fit in your health. I cannot think of anything now for say so I must close. With my fondest love and kisses to you. From your ever loving Will. P.S. I hope Dad is better