Margie was six feet tall, a voluptuous beauty who was a singer and a dancer and, was smart as a whip. It was her dream to become a schoolteacher. She studied hard and became a third grade schoolteacher, a substitute physical education coach and a part-time music and dance teacher. She was loved by her students and admired by all.
Bill was a hard working, self-employed business owner, eight years her senior, who could provide Margie with anything she wanted or needed …especially his love.
For years they shared all of their life experiences. Good times, bad times, laughter and tears, their hopes and dreams and a whirlwind social life with the simplicity of a small town. But, always under the watchful eyes of Margie’s mom, dad, and her tag-along little sister.
As time went on and after Margie left for college, they slowly drifted apart, but still always loved one another. Two decades later and simply by fate, they found each other again. Soul mates can never be denied.
They picked up where they left off as if there was no twenty-four year gap and they were determined to have a life together once more. They could never have imagined their second chance of life and love would be suddenly cut short. They didn’t realize their time together was already over.
For just eight short months, they were able to share those days of their lives once more. This is a true love story that should not go untold. THIS STORY IS NOT FOR THE FAINT OF HEART!
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About the Author
PAUL MICHAELS is not your conventional writer. Born in the Northeast he was an all-American boy who loved baseball and apple pie. He began writing poetry at the tender age of nine and attended many different schools since his family moved often because of his father’s work. After college, he attended acting and drama classes but ultimately he decided he’d rather write and create stories than act them out. He worked as a commercial illustrator in New York City then moved onto writing advertising slogans and then ran a small farm in Kingston, New York. After that he began helping out at a friends radio station and seeing the inner workings of writing and producing a radio show, his passion for writing non-fiction blossomed. His favorite authors include Harper Lee, Truman Capote and Stephen King.