13th June 1916
This time next month I shall be with you if nothing crops up to stay me. Isnt it ripping. I am looking forward to it most tremendously: it seems such a long time since I was home. You needn’t worry about there being no society: I shall be quite happy at home – I have got a tremendous lot of work and patients now, up at the new hospital and a ripping new electrical treatments room. You can’t imagine how delightful it is to have an adequately large and well fitted room. Of course it is still being pottered with by electricians and carpenters at intervals and as we make our own electricity here one has such minor details as one of the men in the generating station mending a broken wire without sending due to warning to me, which of course means a series of shocks for the patients. However I went and strafed them uphill and down dale a few days ago and they’ve been better behaved since.
I was so sleepy last night that I didn’t write anymore and now its brekker time so must fly.
Will write again soon
From your loving Dorothy