Well, they aren't really in the SAND...
but they surely are
I've blogged about these beautiful letters I keep tied with a RED RIBBON,
between my GREAT AUNT BETTIE, my namesake,
and MY GREAT UNCLE BRYSON
but VALENTINE season seems the time to share them again in a NEW post.
Their love blossomed in the early 1900's
and they shared that love for 53 years.
Let's untie the pretty ribbon
and take a little peek inside.
I KNOW my Aunt Bettie wouldn't mind one single bit.
She would be laughing sooo hard if she could see us
sticking our noses into her little pile of sweet letters...
SHE WOULD LOVE IT !!!
She would say, "I'll go fix a pot of tea and some cookies for you to have while you read !"
The penmanship back in those days always just blows my mind.
Where and how did we lose this beautiful art ??
"I am crazy for you,
your sweetheart, Bryson" *sigh
"and I was tickled most to death to hear from you..."
The stack of letters filled to the brim with sweetness,
also contained several olden postcards...
So sweet....so interesting...
I will pass this romantic treasure on to my children
to pass on to theirs.
I know my grands will love these olden treasures
that is such a part of their history.
I've tied the letters that hold the feelings of two young people so much in love,
back with the RED RIBBON...
I love you both and always will....I am linking this love with: