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 Tracy A. Sugarman to his wife, postmarked March 6, 1944

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letters were the first, second and fourth ones you wrote - Feb. 12, 13th, and 15th (a Vmail) Now if only I knew you were hearing from me - oh darling I hope so - for I want you to share my happiness with me. Your love and faith and confidence came to me like a fulfilled promise - and I am so terribly grateful, darling. Things will be so much easier now - not that they've been too tough - they haven't. But underneath all that I was seeing and experiencing was the aching desire to hear from you. And now its [sic] happened - and Junie I am a contented man! After reading your letters I went in and took a hot shower - shnoogled into my striped pyjamas and *our* blue robe and snuch into bed - 9 o'clock Saturday night - imagine! Before I knew it I was alseep - like a baby - and woke up this morning to sunshine, pancakes, and the happiest feeling in the pit of my tummy I've had since I left you. Oh its a *glorious* day, darling - and I'm king of all I survey! Going to get up soon and (- as you can see I'm back in the sack - what a war!) have noon chow. Sunday *is* the touchest day, isn't it? But *not* today, baby - it's a beautiful, beautiful day!

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 Tracy A. Sugarman to his wife, postmarked March 6, 1944

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