April 10th, 1942
That's wonderful news. I wish I could see the smile on your face after you celebrated your victory. I'll always be proud of you, Bucky. No matter what you do, I'll always stand with you.
I assume you've heard the news? Of Steve and what he's doing after the program he was in now? They're calling him America's Star-Spangled Man with a Plan. But more commonly, Captain America. I think it's quite funny, although Steve doesn't share the same humor. He's been traveling to different base camps, attempting to inspire the soldiers but he says it been more of a bust. But other than that, he's been doing okay. Says he's even met a lady— Peggy Carter. She was one of his commanding officers but he hasn't had the courage to tell her how he feels.
That was partially what he wrote in his last letter. That and how much he misses you and I. I know how he feels. I hope you get to see him soon when he visits your base. I might be the love of you life, but he's always been your soulmate. Even if I don't care to admit it, you two were made to be best friends.
Grieving was just utterly terrible. I had to leave the room various times because I just couldn't stand to see the families of the deceased soldiers mourn over their loved one. It breaks my heart. I hope you're doing well my love. Write me back soon. Just remember you will always have my heart. You're everything to me, always have been and always will be.
I love you,