In these days of big sticks, harsh words and war-talk, who couldn't use a little romance, a little love. Isn't that, as the song goes, what the world needs now. Well, in that spirit, we bring you the story of Sherman Hickey and Marie O'Toole. Theirs is a tale of innocence and desire that began almost seventy years ago. It's also a tale of unrequited passion and enduring devotion that only recently found its happy ending. This program comes to us from Bob Carty of the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation and airs as part of our special international collaboration, Global Perspectives: Romance Series.
Burning Embers was produced by Bob Carty of the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. It originally aired as part of the international collaboration, Global Perspectives on Romance.
Global Perspectives: Romance Series
From the do's and don'ts of dating to unprotected sex to a trilingual relationship. Join eight international broadcasters as they bring us stories of romance from across the globe.
Looking for your childhood sweetheart? Begin your search here.
Wartime Sweethearts Reunited After 50 Years
Sherman Hickey and Marie O'Toole aren't the only ones lucky enough to reunite after a long separation. Enjoy this article about another reunited couple.
Finding Love after 50 Advice Column
Tom Blake is the self-styled expert on how a mature person can find mature love. His Web site includes his syndicated advice column on the relationship issues of the middle-aged and above.
Senior Dating Service
Can't think of anyone from the past you'd like to share the rest of your life with? Find someone new here!
My Boyfriend's Back: True Stories Of Rediscovering Love With A Long Lost Sweetheart
by: Donna Hanover 2005
Donna Hanover shares her personal story of love rediscovered after thirty years.
Finding Love after 50
by: Tom Blake 2003
Think you're too old to fall in love again? Tom Blake can help you do it.