“Sometimes, you just got to let it go and move on,” said the woman.

I’m standing in the parlor of an old wooden hotel along the Atlantic coastline. While the building itself has experienced countless lessons, the woman is telling me about her and her husband’s long marriage — 54 years, best she can recall.

Leonard Woolsey: 409-683-5207; leonard.woolsey@galvnews.com

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Connie Patterson

Great article...in the end it’s” the story of we “ that takes on a life of its own

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