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 Tracy A. Sugarman to his wife, postmarked July 26, 1944

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as I raced from word to word - and prayer to prayer. When I finished, my darling Junie, I swear I felt consecrated. The tremendous truth and power of the love seemed almost exalted, June. I can never thank you for your faith, your courage, your prayers, darling. I can only wonder at the enormity and beauty of this love you've given me - and made me see. God bless you for always, Junie. You're the best of the best, the loveliest and toughest and truest and most fearless gal a guy ever had. That I should be your husband and lover and partner are rewards I'll never merit. I pray I will always be aware of my own shortcomings that some way, somehow, I may be worthy of you, darling. I pray that heaven give me the wisdom and the faith, the humor and the understanding you so deserve in your guy. I want to build my life in yours, Junie - and I want to kiss away every tear, every doubt, every fear you've had because of me. It will take a long rich lifetime to start. Snoon darling, and if its okay with you I have one just about the right size for your approval! Try it on for size, will ya?

Goodnight now, Mrs. Sug Sug - *my* Mrs. Sug Sug Sug!

Sweetest dreams and remember the one guy in the world who loves you more than anyone in the world is

Your

Sug

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 Tracy A. Sugarman to his wife, postmarked July 26, 1944

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