You're right Gary, it was 1976, the year I got my yellow VW. A lot of people honked and said they would vote for her, but I guess it wasn't enough. That poster must be worth big $$ now, since it was a very
Bob and I and our children shared many fun times with Jim and Jane and their children. We rode horses, went antiquing, shot tin cans & clay pigeons, moved cows from one pasture to another, looked for mushrooms, fished in the pond, went frogging and ate lots of good food. We were blessed to have you as friends and then as family.
How about that. I have never written a "Dear Jane" letter before. I am glad this is my first. Running through the photographs I am reminded of your spectacular smile which perfectly matched your personality. Always bright, always positive. What a treat it was to know you and be able to enjoy your company.
And if I had I known that you were running for President, I would certainly have voted for you. But not in 1974 - I am pretty sure that there was no presidential election that year.
It was a joy to have taken care of you in your time of need. You always had a smile on your face and were laughing. You will truly be missed. R.I.P
Aunt Jane..... I was real disappointed back in 1974 (?) when you lost that Presidential election. I drove around with your campaign poster in my back window for about six months. I think you might have improved things for all of us had you been elected... Chad
Dear Aunt Jane; last time I saw you was three years ago at nursing home. It makes me so sad that I will not able to see you in this world again. I still remember last time we were in your house and you were trying so hard to help Charley to get something to eat. In the past twenty years we shared lots of breakfasts with you, uncle Jim and your friends. During my father-in -law's last year on earth , you and uncle Jim always picked us from airport and because of you we had a last five days spend with Pop. You welcomed me to the Krimmel family and send lots of things to Charley when he first started school. I love you and I miss you. As long as I love in this world, I will always remember your love and kindness. I hope you have found a better place now. Feng Krimmel and the family
Ready for a game of gluck at the old farmhouse table?