10 Dec 2012

High School Sweethearts Leave Behind Life of Love Letters

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I just read this touching story on mlive.com which I wanted to share with you. A man named Edgar Bell wrote to his ‘Dearest Honeybunch’ during WW2 that he was a prisoner of war. That letter he wrote was the beginning of a very long and loving relationship that Edgar had with his wife until they both died within days of each other at the age of 91 and 89. Their love for each other during times of extreme difficulty helped their relationship last so long in a great marriage.

There’s hope for us all yet! Read the full article here:
High school sweethearts leave behind life of love, letters while husband was World War II POW – V romantic story

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