John writes an aerogramme letter in 1992 which he mails to Mom and Dad in Malaysia. Transcription follows.
Dear Mom and Dad,
We hope you are enjoying your trip through Asia. Your itinerary looks similar to Gov. Voinovich's last month! We hope this notes catches up with you in Malaysia. Thanks for your call on my birthday – especially when you were ready to leave for the airport.
Julie and I are doing well. It has been a busy week and we are both tired. After work this evening we are driving to Cinch to go to the Princeton H.S. football game and visit two of Julie's teacher friends. We'll spend the night at the Marriott and drive on to Williamsburg, KY tomorrow morning. Look forward to seeing the Crowsons.
Julie arranged a surprise birthday party for me last Sunday evening at her parents. Most of the guys in my wedding party and their spouses were there. Really shocked me. It is hard to believe your son is now 35 years old!
We are excited about you both coming up Friday Nov. 6th to visit and attend the Wycliffe Banquet. Plan to stay the weekend if you can. Jerry and Betty are anxious to see you. They are excited about the Grand Canyon trip.
Thank you again for the birthday check. You didn't have to pay for our airfare to Phoenix, but we certainly do appreciate it.
Have a wonderful time in Asia.
Love, Julie & John