Postcard to P.B. [Pauline Bookspan] from Tsillie
From Kishinev toMr. G. Ehrlich 57 24th Street, New York , America
February 12, 1917
My Dear Polinka,
I received your postcard. I was surprised at how many qualities you were describing to me – ambitious, angry, and so on. Just think it, dear, it’s not my fault that we are living during this difficult time when the accurate communication is not possible. As you can see and know it [Not getting each other’s letters]. You are writing to me about some kind of a letter you sent and gifts and I do not understand, of course. What kind of nonsense is that? It is funny how many worries I created with my idiotic “gifts.” Like you did, I also received cards from Nina. However, a long time ago. I received a letter from Israel. He says that he is writing almost every week, and I received only 1 within four months. Nobody except for you received my picture. All of them disappeared. Tsillie. Nothing new here. A hug and a kiss.