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76 Morpeth 14.02.1942

Dear Marjorie,
  Received your letter and am pleased to hear that Charles is home on leave. I hope I will be able to be at home at the same time as Charles. I guess Mrs Dryden is pretty worried these days things do not seem to be going any to well in the Far East or the Middle East, but still one day I guess we will push them back and they will stop back, the sooner that day comes the better for every body. Well we are just back from a two-day scheme; we are all getting tired of these useless schemes. They are alright in the summer but in the winter they are murder. Although nobody seems to be any the worse in health , in fact one seems to feel better all round after these stunts. I got balled out today for getting stuck with my truck in a field. Of course it was not my idea of going in the field, in fact, I knew I would get stuck, but the smart officers said I would not. When I got stuck he had the cheek to ball me out. I wouldn't mind betting he will put me back on the guns but still I guess it would make a change. I am getting tired of driving. I hope you did not hurt your self when you slipped, you must be careful darling. I will close now,
Cherrio,
Darling,
Sydney.

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