Lenny Goodine, who most in Central Maine know from the band Emerald Sky, is my guest host on the Morning Buzz this week. Lenny bought a home in Palermo about a year ago and made an amazing discovery from the Civil War era.
My father wrote to my mother almost every day he was in the Army. She saved every letter he wrote and, as we approach Valentines Day, I'm taking a journey back to the 1950's to look inside the hearts and minds of my parents before kids and life changed them into the people I knew them to be.
My parents are my favorite Valentine's Day Sweethearts. They married young and were together until they passed away. My mother never remarried after my father died at the early age of 58. As a child I saw these letters tucked away, only to come out on special occasions. As a single woman, the idea of this life long love has seemed far-fetched and unattainable but these letters keep a glimmer of hope burning.
I was perusing the internet this morning and came across this incredible story.
You know, it's the doing of good deeds and the generosity you show other people will remember the most. Paul Walker was a shining example of the human spirit...
It sounds like it should be turned into a Nicholas Sparks movie. Imagine walking through a museum and seeing your picture in it only to find out the journal your love was writing in wartime was right next to it.
He kept her picture with him...through training and battle. And, unfortunately, battle took him away from her. His last request was his journal be delivered to the woman he loved...but it
You see many of these videos on the internet but I had to watch another one!
Our pets know who we are and have feelings. This just confirms it! This dog missed his soldier while he was away for 2 years. It's not just his tail that shows he's happy!
Watch and enjoy!