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

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P.S.S. In regards to your question, darling - "I don't see how our relationship can be improved - do you?" the Ensign has only this to say - perfection has been sought by wiser men than thee or me for ages past - and yet we, for some heaven-sent reason known only to "J.C." and the "boss" himself, have been graced with a happiness that pure perfection could never improve. I mean it, Junie dear, - our happiness is the more real because of occasional pain - the more delicious because of its very human basis. No, darling, I *don't* see how our relationship could *ever* be improved. When we find an answer greater than the ones we have found in our love - *then* our relationship will need renovating - but not until then.

Your Massefield selection was sweet as the dickens - 'n how reminiscent, huh, darling? Please keep sending along things like that - they're swell.

As for bed sox - Mrs. Sug - you may stick your feet out the window every night - and I promise that five minutes after I get home - they will be completely thawed out! Bye, baby - All my love

T.

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

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