I LovI Love You, Ronnie: The Letters of Ronald Reagan to Nancy Reaganby Ronald Reagan, Nancy Reagan, Leo Burmester, Allison Daugherty
No matter what else was going on in his life or where he was--travelling to make movies for G.E., in the California governor's office, at the White House, or on Air Force One, and sometimes even from across the room--Ronald Reagan wrote letters to Nancy Reagan, to express his love, thoughts, and feelings, and to stay in touch. Through letters and reflections,… See more details below
No matter what else was going on in his life or where he was--travelling to
make movies for G.E., in the California governor's office, at the White
House, or on Air Force One, and sometimes even from across the room--Ronald
Reagan wrote letters to Nancy Reagan, to express his love, thoughts, and
feelings, and to stay in touch. Through letters and reflections, the
characters, personalities, and private lives of a president and his first
lady are revealed. Nancy Reagan comments on the letters and writes with
love and insight about her husband and the many phases of their life
About the Authors:
Ronald and Nancy Reagan were America's president and first lady from 1981 to 1989.
Nancy Reagan was born in New York, was raised in Chicago, and attended Smith College. During the summers before graduation, she worked in summer-stock theater productions. In New York, she appeared on Broadway, including in Lute Song with Mary Martin. She was signed by MGM, and she made eight motion pictures for the studio before leaving to marry Ronald Reagan. She is the author of a memoir, My Turn.
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- Unabridged, 3 CDs, 3 hrs. 30 min.
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- 4.89(w) x 5.63(h) x 0.99(d)
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Dear St. Valentine,
I'm writing to you about a beautiful young lady who has been in this household for 25 years now - come March 4.
I have a request to make of you but before doing so feel you should know more about her. For one thing she has 2 hearts - her own and mine. I'm not complaining. I gave her mine willingingly, and like it right where it is. Her name is Nancy but for some time now I've called her Mommie and don't believe I could change.
My request of you is - could you on this day whisper in her ear that someone loves her ver much and more and more each day? Also tell her, this "Someone" would run down like a dollar clock without her so she must always stay where she is.
Then tell her if she wants to know who that "Someone" is to just turn her head to the left. I'll be across the room waiting to see if you told her. If you'll do this for me, I'll be very happy knowing that she knows I love her with all my heart.
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