- W Bagg
- February 14, 2012 - 19:59
Great for them! Bad for NF, this is all too familiar, losing our younger educated people who lesve for better opportunity. They usually meet someone and settle down never to return. Hopefully where both are from NF they may decide to come back but in cases where only one is from NF, we rarely see them back
- February 14, 2012 - 19:41
It's nice to read about the love two people share, especially when you know them and know how much they laugh together (or at each other). In this town it is hard to find a balance when there is shift work involved. Luckily Sarah has a home based travel business and can be there to make Wayne's supper every night. LOL
- Mary Adams
- February 14, 2012 - 17:12
A great love story Wayne & Sarah!! I have known your parents for a couple of years and It's plain to see you have their caring ways. My very best wishes to you both on Valentines Day & always....
- Curt Miller
- February 14, 2012 - 16:40
We see this way too often,our children having to relocate out west to get any type work that pays a Good wage.This is a Good situation to make Good money,but we have to look at Family of these people who are left at Home in their hometowns,the Void of not being able to grow old with the ones they Love.Not everybody can Afford to hop a plane as they see fit to spend any Quality time with their Loved ones.Another Example of how Far BEHIND we Really are here on the old rock.JUST SAYIN!!!!!!!
- February 14, 2012 - 10:30
FINALLY, A GOOD LOVE STORY,,, SO MUCH SAD NEWS THESE DAYS, ITS GOOD TO HEAR AND SEE SOME GOOD NEWS... LOVE IT..
- February 14, 2012 - 15:44
LOVE IT !!!!!!!!!!
- Ivy McCutcheon
- February 14, 2012 - 19:14
Sarah, that's beautiful. I was so happy for you when your mom told us about your upcoming wedding back in 2008. Always nice to hear of happy relationships. Sounds like you and Wayne have a wonderful life. You never know what life is going to bring your way. Kinda reminds Mac & I of our Good Fortune meeting in Goose Bay.