August 30, 1943: “Day and nite canning”

My Dear Darling, Honey, I haven’t written for a few days.  We have spent day and night in canning f.  Have been having breakdowns all the time and just sit there.  We worked yesterday (Sunday) too–we go to work in the morning and get home around 12 at nite.  One nite we worked until 4:30 a.m. and back again at 10.  Of course, we are all tired out and don’t even get our housework done.  Mom quit, and Eileen has been taking her place running a husker.  Mabel quit too, also Edith Latta and lotz of others.  Eileen and I … Continue reading August 30, 1943: “Day and nite canning”