My Wife on Mothers Day

Every once in a while I republish an old goodie for my new readers.  It seems archives is a dirty word and rarely is looked at.  But this is a gem and I want to share it with you.  There is love out there for everyone.  Even a guy like me.  So read on.

Do I believe in Karma?

Alice Dwin was born at Brooklyn Jewish Hospital on September 15, 1945.

Barry Wax was born at Brooklyn Jewish Hospital on December 17, 1945.

Possibly the same nurses held each baby. The same staff attended their needs. They were in the same maternity ward and it is possible in the same bassinet.

Alice Dwin’s first grade teacher was Mrs. Schneider. Her daughter Ellen became friends with Alice and remained friends for most of her life.

Barry Wax went to Brooklyn College and had his own apartment.

Since he was a full time student he needed roommates.

One of those roommates was Joe Kaye.

His girlfriend was Ellen Schneider.

Alice Dwin had moved to Miami Beach, Florida.

She was still in contact with Ellen and relayed she was sad because she just broke up with her boyfriend.

Ellen told Joe and asked me to send Alice a letter to cheer her up.

I did.

Six months later I married the girl who was born in the same hospital I was born. We have three children and two grandchildren. We have been married for forty four years.

Do I believe in Karma? Yes!

'I don't know about you, but he was really beginning to get on my nerves.'


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