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67 Saxmundham 09.08.41

Dear Marjorie
  Received your letter I am afraid I shall not be able to come home this weekend, by the time you receive this note, you will know my forty-eight hour pass has not been granted, so we must look hopefully towards next week, but the outlook does not look too good, you see we have got a rather a lot of steam on during the next week or two, so as you will see things don't look to good, but we must hope for the best. Well darling there is not much to write about thinks keep much about the same here, although I think we will be making a move shortly, it is quite nice here but a move would be acceptable, although I shall miss these people down here, they have been very good to the boys, really I do not know how they manage to give us teas and so forth, it hardly seems possible that there rations run out to that, but they do not seem to go short. Well darling, thanks for all the news, I am not surprised at the chickens falling off laying, they have done awfully good. Stanley certainly seems to have altered when he makes statements like that, but still you cannot blame him after all somebody deserves a dam good lashing for dragging all those lads away from their
homes. Thank Barry for his note, I had almost forgotten him, of course I guess that's a thing you at home cannot do. Well darling perhaps next week I will see you, but there again I may not, any rate here's hoping darling.
Cherrio,
Sydney.

P.S. I am glad you did not want to share a place with Mrs Brown, she is a nice girl but as you say she is too happy go lucky. Have not received any photos yet, just to please my sister in law I have addressed the envelope with a S.


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