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 To Wife: Wilma Ogata February 23, 1945

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23 Feb 45

9:30 PM

Hi Darling,

Three letters today - 2 V-mails of the 12th + 13th & an Air mail of the 7th. The mail situation has been very good to me the last two days, hope it stays that way.

Am sorta knocked out tonight but feel good inside. Tack on another number - have thirty missions now. Was pretty edgy after the long lay off but I think it rather broke the ice for me. Course the missions look incredibly big at this stage of the game. Really do some tall sweating.

What do you mean 'Do I mind if you write so often?' Good heavens, that's impossible you know, no matter how much or often you write.

All the snow you're having at home sounds swell - wish I could help you enjoy it. Might even shovel the walks without an argument. It's so darned pretty around home, this time of the year - oh well - there I go day dreaming again.

It's certainly a shame the way Ruth capered about. She didn't do much for Bob's welfare. I'm afraid she'll be a big continuous headache to him after the war.

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