Postcard to Poline from Aron
March 22, 1914
Kishinev to Paris
Rue Vieille du Temple 41
[The physical postcard and scan have been misplaced, but I have my notes with a copy of the back of the postcard plus the translation from Sergey Artemyev.]
My dear lifelong friend Pulenka!
It is 10 o’clock in the evening now, I just got home and received your letter and learned a very good news about your health. I have really blossomed out. For God’s sake please take care of yourself and beware from the cold and other sickness. With pleasure I would write a letter to you, but I don’t have even two minutes to sit down. I had a really lousy day today because of those sheeny kikes. Please don’t be angry at me, you just have to feel sorry for me. I work from 7 in the morning till midnight. Always on the move. I have to work like that for two more weeks. I will try to write a letter to you tomorrow. You can’t even imagine how happy I am when I receive good letters from you. I sent one postcard today in the morning, and I am sending a second one now. Please write if you received both. Please be healthy. Hugs and kiss you many times. Gelekna.