A letter of thanks for the armed forces from Okinawa
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letter from the Weigold family, currently stationed at the Kadena Air Base in Okinawa, Japan. They wanted to give thanks for the coupons we sent them. Recently, we got another letter from Okinawa. This time it was from a woman named Viki. She writes:because of its repercussions. A few weeks ago, we got a
Thank you so much for taking the time to coupon for us. It means so much to those of us living overseas. Your coupons reached us in Okinawa, Japan! Have a blessed day. -Viki
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