Love Letters Of Mother and Father

Invite The Divine Mother, Lensomai, The How, Divine Sweetness, Holy Spirit, The Kristave, The Masters – OSHO, The Chokurei – Power.

Inhale as you sit up tall, and release the breath. and just breath in and breath out a few breaths adjusting your spine so you are sitting tall but relaxed. Shoulders are relaxed. You inhale another breath and begin reading.

Hi Sweetheart!

Home 10:35 PM 23 April

My own Darling Sweetheart Julie Ann:

   The above makes quite a long expression but I like to be truthful and that is what you are.  I hope that headache went away with sleep and that your rest was refreshing too.

      I was in bed by 12:15, everything went good, only I left half of me there!  One of these days sweetheart that won’t be.  You just be sure to keep track of all the interest and any special assessments that might come up and I’ll fix things up when I’m able too! Ok!

    The day has gone quite well here.  All 3 new classes started right so there is no one or two day breathes period.  This term will probably be quite a bit harder than the last.  I know time will be short so must prepare at the very beginning to really ectilige the moments.  Of course that doesn’t mean I’m not going to force my sweetheart as much as I can.  Fact is were you are biting (ha) distance I would surely like to be close to you.

     Let’s plan to attend the ice follies this year.  That will probably be in the next couple weeks so you watch the papers for that.  Sat.  Night is probably the best time.  I’ll take you and your mom and then I wouldn’t come up that weekend.

     I’ve got to do some school reading so will know what they are talking about.  Sure do love you sweetheart.  And you know you make that love grow a little deeper each time we are together.  You see sweetheart the Lord is so good and I’m so glad you know the Lord as you do.  

  May your week be full and good there and we look forward to each time we can spend together.  I’M IN LOVE WITH JULIE ANN.  Whatcha going to do about it!!  The Lord’s love and Blessing, yours, Love Fred.

Nov. 14, 1954, Wheaton College, Wheaton, Illinois

Dear Fred:

   It was a great joy to have my parents and brother here this last weekend.  It was such a moment, but a lovely one nevertheless.

   I’m glad to hear that you are in school  — I hope that you really feel that you are in the center of the Lord’s will.  I suppose your subjects are technical in scope – It was wonderful for your sake that you were released from the service early.

    How to tell you, Fred, so as not to sound unkind or reporving and un-understanding and yet allow your to understand what my reactions are, I do not know.  I have weighed the matter seriously and presented it before the Lord, and feel constrained to tell you it is best that we go our separate ways.  

     I appreciate your friendship and esteem you as one who loves the Lord with all his might and strength – IN all fairness to you, I do this.

    The weather here is beautiful since you’re interested in football, you’d be interested in knowing that we have won every game this season.  Yesterday’s game was completely off balance 35-0.  Of course that was not a fast game!

      This is the Lord’s day.  I have spent the day in my room.  Am studying Galatians, a good study in the meaning of the law and the law of grace.   God bless you Fred, enjoy your studies and may he guide you all wisdom, sincerely, Julie Ann.

Dearest loved one Julie Ann,  Home, 10:40PM, 2 May.

     Have just read your mon and tues. Morning letters.  Good to hear from my sweetheart.  

     The trouble with writing back is the hour is late and there is study to do and rest to seek.  I seldom have trouble resting, the only thing is, some mornings it feels like the night has been awful short.  Actually everything is fine down here except for insufficient time and of course my beloved one isn’t here to have and the hold and help.  I’m sure the remaining days will click off quite fast so maybe my beloved will be here sometime ok.  I’m glad you are looking ahead for that furniture.  I’ll pay for that the next time up.  

    If I don’t phone thurs nite don’t be upset.  You will get this on Friday.  I will plan to leave here about 6 or so Sat eve.  That way we have a good time together and also we each can accomplish our assigned tasks.  

    Well sweetheart I’m in love with you and I don’t even give you any space.  Watcha gonna do with me? Save it for this weekend.  Love always, Fred.

Wheaton College, May 8, 1955

Dear Fred:

     Thank you for your interesting letter – at the time you were adjusting your clocks in California, I was away on retreat.   We had a blessed blessed time in the word.  How the Lord met us there.  How he continues to meet us a swe feed on the living bread.

      I see you are busy as ever.  Enterprising person. No less!  But one must work if one would eat, isn’t it so?

      IT was kind of you to visit the folks last week and take them out to dinner.  I know mother appreciated it greatly.  This spoiler youngster was feeling a bit homesick for home and the desert last week and she called her mother.   We had a nice chat and settled the question of how I would travel home for the summer.

     The Lord has graciously opened the way for me to go home.  I will have to study during the summer in order to manage my maximum load.  I would hesitate if it were anything but bible and literature but god has begun a work which he will continue to perform until our expected end.  

     I am coming home at the end of May, or very early in June.  Probably the 1st.  I will be flying home, as I am leaving the greatest part of my things here.  My books I’ll send home in ample time, to facilitate immediate study.

    Speaking about the midwest weather – I am afraid the desert is my first love for living – It is beautiful here, as all of God’s great handiwork.  The budding trees, flowering magnolia trees, flowers bushes, birds, blue skies, zephyr winds blowing through the tops of trees, just rustle the leaves nicely – Yet, it chokes me!  I feel crowded and closed in – And I long for the wide expanse of the desert. The beautiful barren mountains changing shades and shadows as the sun moves in the sky.  Yes, the lonesome spots, and barron places are for me.  How blessed are the words of my savior, that there are streams in the desert, fountains in dry places.  Christ is that spring out of whom flows the richest of living waters.  Blessed thought!

    It was so pleasant to see daddy and my splendid brother for a few moments.  It was so short, it seemed like a few moments – (Stopped b4 p.2)  Julie Ann