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Now that he had found his Liz, Frank Braxton has everything. Since he had spotted her at church ten months ago, Liz rarely left his side. When she had to go to work for the day, he used to call and tell her how he wished he could carry her around in his shirt pocket, so that she would always be with him. The glory of true love was definitely a healing thing.
The lovers are on their honeymoon. Their family and friends have pitched in to buy them a special cruise trip to Italy. Neither Frank or Liz are very comfortable with the idea of being on the open ocean. Everybody reassured them that of course nothing would ever happen, and that modern day ocean-liners were super safe. Indeed, they were having a wonderful time. Then disaster struck, and Frank is not about to let true love go. (150)
I found this John Prine song, The Glory of True Love, on YouTube:
Please join me in keeping those effected by the Italy sinking of the cruise ship lifted up in your prayers. What a sad, sad thing.
I am participating in Lisa's Book Blurb Friday, from over at Writing in the Buff. It is fun, and you can play too! Pretend that the picture on the top of this post is the cover of a book. On the inside jacket, you have 150 words to entice the reader to buy your book. Lisa gives us a week to think about next week's entry (she's gracious like that). Please CLICK HERE to read what everybody else wrote!
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