That was one beautiful gal
Yes, wonderful! One soul touches another and that lingering soul-print found its way into yet another person's heart. God bless Fred and Jacob Colgan and many thanks to Sweet Lorraine for all the love she shared with Fred... and he with us.
Oh to have had the love and time together they had. The "greatest generation" had the best and worst of times, but it forged something that the Boomers only wish they could have.
Thank you for posting their story.
I see a lot of Alzheimer, so to see an alert,independent 96 year old man who was lucky enough to age gracefully with his spouse by his side is inspiring.
For many it is" Then must you speak
Of one that lov'd not wisely but too well"
People live longer lives now. Who among them will be married for 75 years, or share love for a lifetime?
You make such wonderful editorial choices. In these times "real" means so much. Thank you.
Something wonderful indeed.
'Ah, sweet mystery of life, at last I found you ...'
Love is the eternal rock music, cradle to grave.
Thanks, Mr. Vanderluen. You've done it again.
I suspect they will be together again soon and that is just fine.
Jesus, lucky - and he knew it.
Makes your heart break,and heal itself,again and again. What a lady could inspire such a man.
I've been married three times, and I'm Jealous. Thanks Gerard.
Something Wonderful alright..... Dang!!!
why I try to end my day of browsing, when I do online, at American Digest.
Just a very real place, with sweetness and light, from the most surprising places.
Thanks again, Gerard.
You are un buen hombre, as they say.
Once again, I have tears in my eyes.