The Life and Loves of Ms. Millie
by Millie E. Wheeler
Mildred was born in this world to parents of middle age. Although the exact circumstances were not explained to her, it was clear her birth changed their life and their lifestyle as time passed.
Her life rapidly changed as she grew older, attending high school, going to dances, taking part-time jobs . . . then on the way to Canada with friends, she sat close to an interesting guy, whom she never thought would be her husband. They both liked each other, but it was World War II so Paul had to enlist for service.
He was killed in action during the Battle of the Bulge in Belgium, but she found her strength from her husbands soldier friends, especially Carl, who she corresponded with from then on, until romantic feelings for each other sparked and led them to a happy married life.
The Life and Loves of Ms. Millie, by Millie E. Wheeler, is an interesting love story supported by actual copies of love letters.About the Author
Millie E. Wheeler was born in Union, New York but spent most of her life in Havre de Grace, Maryland, where she has been living for the past sixty-seven years. Retired since 1975, and since the passing of her husband in 2003, she keeps busy by caring for her home which is approximately 59 years old. She also paints acrylic art (mostly country and animal scenes), plays an electric organ (for her own pleasure), supports and loves Havre de Grace Little League, plays cards three times a week when possible (Double Pinochle and Hand and Foot) and always watches Joel Osteen on Sundays.(2013, paperback, 178 pages)