Post office only takes 60 years to deliver man's letter to his wife3/19/2013
"I think about you all the time," Army Pvt. Bob Rodgers wrote to his wife on his first night of boot camp at Fort Campbell, Ky. He dropped the letter in the mailbox on June 13, 1953, but he had forgotten it by the time it was delivered — last week. Rodgers was shocked when the postmaster brought the letter to his house in Indiana, where he'd lived since being discharged in 1956. "I asked if they had found the remains of the horse and rider and got the letter out of the saddle bag," Rodgers joked. His wife, Jean, died eight years ago, but Rodgers says he wrote her "almost every day" while they were apart. [Source]
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