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Second Chance Love

Show N' Tell
Dedicated to Ron Phillips

Submitted by Anonymous

Once upon a time there was a little boy and a little girl who met on the first day of school. They were six years old and too shy to talk to each other so instead the little boy gave the little girl a cracker-jack ring and in return she drew him a picture of a sailboat. Proudly the little boy stood before the class and displayed the picture for show n' tell. He told them the boat was sailing to Hawaii to a wedding on the beach. Time passed and they grew up. Though they were always in the same school they remained to shy to speak. Graduation came and off they went to their prospective colleges never to see each other again. They each married and had their own families and then at their 10 year high school reunion they met again. The girl saw the boy across the room looking radiantly happy and in love with his new bride. She walked over to him and they spoke for the first time. He introduced her to his young bride and then they parted again. Thirty-five years passed by and another reunion was taking place. She had now been divorced for 28 years. When she learned he would be at the reunion she was anxious to see him. When they met she learned he was also divorced and they had actually been living in the same town for the past 6 years. Now, at age 53 they finally had much to say and haven't stopped since. They are now planning that wedding in Hawaii that was thought of 50 years ago.

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