Bertha and Henry included the valediction “yours always” on virtually every letter that they wrote to each other from their engagement in 1892 until Henry’s death in 1911, nearly 1500 letters in all. In her last letter to Henry before their marriage, she wrote: “… there is another greater reason why I do not fear the future, my dearest. I believe that you and I truly belong to those “whom God hath joined together” and I am not afraid, my dearest, to promise “in the sight of God and of this company” to be yours always.” As one reads their letters and comes to know them, “yours always” embodies the faith and love that Bertha and Henry shared for each other.
The only relation that we get choose post birth is with whom are heart connects with. Many a times our heart overpowers our brain but that one time when it makes the best decision of our life is when we are ready to share our life with someone else. Everyone I can say I love you, but the best thing someone can ever say when they are in love with you is "I am yours forever". This anthology has and a combination of writers who poured their heart out and expressed their version of I am yours forever. Books that will make you fall in love with love. This phrase was our version of what love is and this book contains the versions of our extremely talented co-authors.
It�s perfect. Or at least in Samantha�s mind, it is something near to that. Three years since Charles took a break from acting, they are living a peaceful and normal life. They live like a normal couple�staying at each other�s place, going on dates, being cuddly and clingy to each other. Everything�s going well and Sam cannot be any happier. But what if Charles�s old life comes knocking on their doorstep once again? Are they ready for the life they are trying so hard to avoid? Can their love be once again, bigger than whatever new obstacle life throws at them this time around? Yours Forever, is the sequel and conclusion to Anne Marla�s debut novella, Hey Stranger. Follow Sam and Charles�s love story and see if indeed love conquers all. Get ready for a rollercoaster ride of emotions and see for yourself if Sam and Charles�s fairytale love story is fit for a happy ever after, after all.
Hugh Downs, legendary broadcaster at 20/20 and The Tonight Show, describes how an endlessly creative childhood lead to his career as a radioman and broadcaster. Topics examined include: his father’s wayward attempt to automate their entire family home (down to the plumbing), a boyhood attempt to manufacture alcohol (until his Grandmother wrecked the still), being chased by a steam engine, klieg lights and their intense heat, cooking chicken in mud pits, Jack Paar and the role of television. This is an intimate and hilarious autobiography that celebrates the unique mix of whimsy, curiosity and discipline that defines the culture of broadcasting.
Do you have a dream? Most of us do and Luke Marshall is no exception. Writing music is his hobby, but could it also be his ticket out of a South London backwater, his escape from a dead-end job?Kenny English, the most successful lyricist of his generation, has lived the dream. Now, several platinum discs and three multi-million pound divorces later, Kenny faces bankruptcy unless he can find a new composer.
Sixth grade is hard enough for Lucy B. Parker, but it gets so much worse when her mom announces that she’s going to marry Laurel Moses’s dad. Yes, that Laurel Moses—the TV-movie-music star who makes Hannah Montana look like some random kid from the sticks. Suddenly, Lucy’s life is turned upside down and sideways. All Lucy wants to do is get through the day without totally embarrassing herself too much, but that’s hard to do when you’re the less-pretty, less-talented not-quite sister of a mega superstar.
Here is a collection of brilliant and poignant parables and stories, for personal reading and public use. Each offers a penetrating insight into some aspect of the human condition. They include: The Spider Who Believed in Himself: a cautionary tale for millennials. An Artist Tries to Create the World: she tries and tries again . . . but she still can’t get it right. The Divine Call Centre: ‘Your call is important to God. Please don’t hang up.’ An Atheist Troubled by His Doubts: he just wishes that he had the simple faith of other atheists.
Lucy B. Parker is running for class president! Sure, Lucy could let her frister (friend + sister), teen superstar Laurel Moses, campaign for her, but Lucy wants to win as Lucy, not as Laurel Moses' less-pretty-less- talented stepsister. To make matters worse, Lucy's feeling totally ignored by her dad and his girlfriend, who are preparing for their new baby. How is Lucy going to manage her famous frister, a soon-to-exist baby, and the campaign of the year all at once?
Lucy B. Parker has a problem. Specifically, everyone else's problems. When the advice columnist for her school paper has a little meltdown, Lucy's frister (that's friend + sister), teen superstar Laurel Moses, suggests that Lucy become the new go-to girl for advice! Lucy's not quite sure how that's going to work, considering she's usually the one asking for advice, but with the Sadie Hawkins dance coming up, it seems like everyone in her class needs some help.