Charles Schultz wrote two memorable square-shaped little "Peanuts" books in which each page expressed a single, simple thought about love or happiness. You can click to see these classics on Amazon: Love is Walking Hand in Hand and Happiness is a Warm Puppy. Well, I think my mom's following diary entries of falling for my dad could add something to those books:
Oh it was heavenly! He knows all the little innuendoes of kissing and I ain’t so bad m’self, if I do say so We kissed for about an hour and a half. Tonight was like a page from a storybook, and he definitely is the man I want to marry. Dear God, please let it come true!!
We’re following along in the diary of Lillian Koroschetz as she dates two guys: Fred and Burt. Her present quandary is whom she will marry. To start at the beginning of her amorous adventure, click on Falling in Love––70 Years [...]
Lillian Koroschetz (Gartz) 1918 ~ 6 months Before we learn more about my Mom’s incipient romance with Fred Gartz, let’s take a pause to say “Happy Birthday, Mom!” [Lil was born on 10-10-1917, so do the math for [...]