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Planning an Anniversary#4Planning the Anniversary Dinner: It was my first psychology class and this is one story I will never forget. There was this one older gentlemen who when I walked in was discussing his plans to surprise his wife of about 16 years. For their anniversary he was taking her out to Hiro, a special Japanese Sushi restaurant where the chefs cook the food at your table, and then for dancing and to top it off he was going to surprise her with tickets for a 1 week romantic cruise. All the girls/women in the classroom went "awwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww"
1 Year Anniversary#3 1 Year Anniversary: He picked up a bouquet of flowers, big red roses to bring to his bride, her favorite flowers for the anniversary of 1 year, right to the day. Getting in his car and placing the roses on the passenger's side he began to drive. As he drove he thought of their wedding. He remembered as he held his breath as she began to walk down when the wedding march began. He remembered taking her off her father's arm and leading her to the rail. He remembered her smiling face as he lifted up her veil, holding hands, the kiss, and the reception. More importantly he remembered how good she made him feel, knowing now that he married the most wonderful women in the world and that she was all his. Parking the car, he took up the flowers and began to climb up a little steep grassy hill, passing some markers along the way. Finally he reached his destination. "Here Lies Kathy Oakes, beloved Daughter and Wife 1979-2008" The Stone reads. He remembered that it was raining, they
Notes in a Book#1: Notes in a Book: I remember reading this story a few years back. A young man had just received his orders. His Troup would soon be sent into the heat of the war. For some reason, the young soldier, we'll call him Private Robert Keiser, went into a library. He looked through the shelves on the main floor but didn't see anything that interested him. Going down stairs he saw a box full of books that was just donated. He began skimming through the pages of some of the books and found some little notes written on some of the pages. The ideas and statements caught his attention and in the back of the book there was a name and an address, so writing down them down in a small notepad he usually carried around with him, Rob wrote his first letter to the books donator. It was a lady, whom we'll call Lauren Wyck. The two kept up correspondence. The letters were a great source of comfort to Rob, sometimes in their letters they discussed meeting with each other face to face.