Have you folks read or watched ‘Message in a Bottle’? I loved the book and cried dollops watching the movie. And unbelievable as it was, you still tend to cling on to the fact that maybe these things happen. Just as the protagonist of the novel sets out (even against everyone’s advice) to find the man whose message she found in the bottle, she is filled with a determination that cannot be explained.

It was with a sense of déjà vu that I listened to Usha narrating the story about what happened to her. I could hardly believe it.

She had posted about a note she found inside a book somewhere in 2004. Nearly a year later, she got a reply in the letter from the owner of the note, who had found her post on the Internet. Even more amazing is that Usha, with her amazing perceptiveness, was right about most of the things that she had surmised about the author (based on the note)!

Read it to believe it! Such stories are rare but heartwarming…

6 thoughts on “Heartwarming story!

  1. Wowie!! That IS amazing!! :o)

    Hi Anita, I really enjoy reading your blog, and have added you as a fav. Do drop by my space for a peek!

    C ya!

  2. Anita, Thanks. You know what the person for whom the thank you note was intended (Karen “karkar”)who owned the book heard the story from Julie and she also wrote to me today. 🙂

  3. Such a beautiful story! I can see Julie and Karen and the whole gang having a fantastic time at the bridal shower. I just had mine a few months ago, my friends were so wonderful arranging all that for me. We all went to the beach to celebrate!

    Did you know that ‘Message in a bottle’ was an inspired-from-true-life story? The author took the idea from his dad’s life.. So sad.. It is still fiction, he says. For more on this, google, ‘message in a bottle why did he have to die’ as I did when I first saw the movie.

    Anyway, great blog! Keep writing.

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