A peek into a love that lasted a lifetime

In honor of Valentine’s day, a peek into a love that lasted a lifetime:

April 1 1944 WWII love letter

Click on the link above to read the scanned-in love letter my grandfather wrote to my grandmother during WWII.  (First page is the envelope, letter starts on page 2).

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3 thoughts on “A peek into a love that lasted a lifetime

  1. Thank you, Lisa, for sharing your grandfather’s precious letter with us. I am inspired to speak (more often) from my heart and share my deepest feelings of love, joy, and gratitude with the ones I love.

    • Thanks Jada. I think sometimes we forget how important and moving words can be, and speaking from the heart, truly expressing how we feel can create memories that last a lifetime, and beyond.

  2. Winthrop Colath was my daughter’s 3rd Grandfather, then Lucinda who married Henry Javier Neel. Winthrop is burried In a field out there, but we have never found it. Lucia is in the cemetery in San Marcos.

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