M[y] O[wn] D[ear] Florr
Thanks so much for your most welcome letter just received, also [unclear] [unclear]. I was so pleased to hear that you are feeling better [unclear]; take great care of yourself. I am feeling quite fit. What rotten weather we are having; us have had rain, hail and snow; quite a selection[unclear]. I will write to [unclear] tomorrow. Good night dearest sis, fondest love and heaps of x. I remain, for ever, your loving Bro, xxx Fred xxx
The card is dated 16th April 1917 and was probably with Florence a few days later as there is a British postmark dated 19th April.
I am delighted to have found this card which adds another small detail to Frederick Yeomans' life.