Wednesday, January 24, 1945
We were all transferred to another ward-(C-6) this morning. Why? I don’t know. It’s fuller here and a few other fellows from McCloskey live here.
This morning I attended to all my health problems all on my own. I went down for a dental checkup and came back feeling mighty elated as the dentist praised my mouth and said to keep it that way., I also was examined for GI glasses which will probably arrive in about 2 weeks. The rumor is that we’ll ship out to North Camp tomorrow. I’m inclined to believe it.
So far, thru no fault of yours, or mine, I have received no letters, and I can easily look forward to at least another week or two until all the mail is forwarded from hospital to hospital and when mail will arrive regularly.
We just stopped playing 4-handed casino as it had been going on all evening. A few of us are going to make some food in the kitchen. Since we moved, we eat in another mess hall. Altho I’ve only had one meal there I believe it is better than the other one.
Well I guess that’s all,