Monday, December 7, 2009

Come grow old with me, the best is yet to be...

Have you ever seen "When Harry Met Sally"? I love
that movie! There is a scene where couples talk about
how they go married. That was the inspiration for this
post. That and I tried to post on a forum about great
love stories and they have not approve me yet!















So I decided to do an on going feature of my doll couples
and their love story! So I had to include a reporter,
Steven T. Laurent.



















Steven: Hi, I'm Steven T. Laurent your roving reporter
from station WJBS bring you our continuing feature on
love! I am interviewing my grandparents
Stephan T. Laurent and Camille Laurent about love.
They have been married for 50 years!















The Laurents: Hello!

Steven:How did you know that this was the person you should
marry?
















Camille: I had just moved to the US from the Islands to
further my career as a model. I was invited to a church
social.





















Steven: and then?



















Stephan: I had come to say goodbye to my pastor before
leaving for Air Force flight school. He told me he had
someone he wanted me to meet. I Knew when I saw her.



















Stephan: We dated and wrote letter for two years. I had
to finish flight school you know. She was gotten pretty
well know in modeling by then too. Then I asked her!

Camille: I said yes!
Both together: We have happy ever since!



















Aren't they just great! This has been our "Endless Love"
feature. Until next time I am Steven Laurent Of WJBS.

3 comments:

D7ana said...

That's cute! Thanks for sharing the Laurents' story. Most romance stories are shown when the lovers are young. Good to see that love endures and matures ;-)

Black Doll Enthusiast said...

Great story!

Ms. Leo said...

Hi D7ana and BDE! I just noticed your post! I was going back through my posts linking them when I notice your comment. Sorry about that. I was new at blogging then.
Yes the Laurents are a great love story and love and family are a key to each one of them as a person. Thanks for commenting!