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Love of My Life!
Dedicated to My Husband, Glenn

Submitted by Cheryl

My prayers were answered on February 26, 1996, the day I met Glenn. I had been in a pretty rocky relationship on and off for four years. The day we split up, it was with finality. Feeling devastated, I went out to breakfast with my mom, hoping to feel better. Little did I know! She wanted to go to Echo Bay, about an hour out of town. So off we went. We walked into the restaurant and the first thing I noticed was a gentleman sitting by himself. I had a hard time taking my eyes off him. He got up to pay his bill, and, to my surprise, came over and asked to sit down. By this time my heart was racing! We finished our meal and went for a drive to let his dogs run. During this drive, he said, "There's something I need to tell you." I looked at him and a little voice told me, "You're HIV positive." He looked stunned and said, "How did you know?" The only thing I could figure was that God told me. Then it started to snow! In Las Vegas? Three days after we met, he took me to the Nellis BX, surprising me with a set of wedding bands. I was in shock! We were married on March 23, 1996 in The Little Chapel of the West. It felt like a dream. Somehow we both just knew this was "THE ONE"! And we were right! These last four years have been the best of my life. He has given me so much, all I've ever dreamed of, and more. Even though he has had full-blown AIDS for almost 13 years, he is still strong and fighting. We have never had a honeymoon, and wanting to fulfill one of his dreams, I am writing to you today, in the hopes that he will be able to show me the Hawaii that he is always talking about, one more time, while he is still able.


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