Today is My Parents’ Anniversary

They were married today in 1954, 1958, and 1964. Once in a foreign country, once by the US State Department, and once in the Catholic Church.

My father and mother were divorced back in the 1970s, and my mother died fifteen years ago, but he always remembers.

True love never dies.

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10 Responses

  1. That’s beautiful. 🙂

  2. All I can say is “wow”, J.

    *speechless”
    … yet completely in awe.

  3. Neat story. You hear so much (and experience so much) about bitter divorces that it’s nice to read a positive story once in a while.

  4. This is an amazing story… some relationships just don’t disappear.

  5. What everyone else said.

  6. Yeah, we even bought him a cemetery site right behind her grave. He still goes there to visit. She wanted the divorce, not him.

  7. I thought about this for a while. I had a question and then answered it for myself. I have nothing else to say here right now.

  8. This is a great story, it reminds me of the song by George Jones- “He Stopped loving her today”
    I’m sure he still loves her.

  9. Yeah, me too. 🙂

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