Recently I read about a woman, Terri Halbreich David, who came upon her parents’ love letters from World War II, and I wondered if anyone writes love letters anymore. Have they become a thing of the past? The story (shown below) is very sweet and makes me wish that texts and emails never came about.
If you are interested in reading these letters, she has compiled them into a book Mail Call: The Wartime Correspondence of an American Couple 1943-1945.
You can find her book on Amazon:
Have you ever written or received a love letter?
Princeton woman compiles her parents’ WWII love letters into book (via NJ.com)
PRINCETON — Shortly after her mother succumbed to a long battle with multiple sclerosis in 1995, Terri Halbreich David’s father approached her with a bulging black trash bag. He handed it over to her, saying nothing of what was inside, she said. “He just said, ‘Here’,” David recalled last…