|Monday, Parashat Pekudeh, 24 First Adar, 5700||4 March, 1940|
My beloved Freida and Avraham!
We haven't received any letter from you for a long time, how are you?
We're, Thank God, healthy. It was extremely cold here in the winter and a lot of snow fell. We, Thank God, arranged everything for the best.
We have no news, everything as it was and, Heaven forbid, not worse. Thank God, we earn enough money to live on. The health, thank God, isn't so strong, but I wish that it wouldn't be any worse.
It's true that at the moment it's calm and quiet here, and we absolutely don't know what will happen in the future.
Children! In such troubled days, please write letters more often, maybe one of them will reach us. Be healthy. We are waiting impatiently for your letter.
A friendly greeting to Avraham's parents, I wish them good health and a lot of pleasure from their children. Mother and the children are sending you their greetings with all the good blessings.
How are you my dear? Your last postcard from Chanukah arrived after seven weeks.
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