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2 my duties are. Can't say that I like my job, but we have lots of men here who have been brought back from the front and they tell me that I had better be glad that I am here than to have been sent on with the rest, so suppose I am for I have good barracks to stay in, and am Very comfortably fixed better than I have ever been since I have [been?] over here. Of course I don't [know] how 3 [left side] long we will be here but expect for a little while yet. I have seen lots of the boys lately that were separated from us at Camp Mills, and we were all so glad to see each other. I haven't had but two letters from home yet, both from Mama but I know you have written me I think if you all so often and oh how I wish I was there, I am