Fine, warm day in the forenoon was visited by a members of my Company. Attended him home to the Finly Hospital there I had
the pleasure of seeing several of the 108th In the afternoon was also visited by John [illegible] of [illegible] he has just
recieved his discharge in the evening and was visited by my friend P.B. Foster from the A.G.M. Dept. in the evening received
a letter full of fun from my Judith. Two photographs enclosed. I lived to be the recipient of a godly letter. and especially
from a dear friend.
Fine day, wrote to my Judie in the evening no news from home.
<Blue eyes. By Charles T. Brooks. (From the erman). Blue eyes are full of danger-Beware their tender glow! They'll leave thy
heart a stranger to peaceful hours below! I worn you, men, give earnest heed! Let not bright eyes your sight mislead; And
when blue eyes you glances win, look not too deep-too deep therin! Blue eyes with sould are beaming, They'll look thee through
and through; with light of love they're streaming, so mild, and warm, and true. And when my heart is sore distressed, and
sorrow fills my lonely breast. Let, then, blue eyes my glances win, -what joy, what bliss I see theirin! Blue eyes from heaven
are lighted with holy, soul-born glow, to cheer poor man benighted, and charm him out of woe. And when cold wintry clouds
arise, and shroud in gray sunny skies, then let blue eyes my glances win, - I find my sky-my day therin!>