Amanda Thompson found a postcard hidden in a book she bought at a yard sale. It took years, but she was determined to find the rightful owner. Though she moved several times, and even went through a flood, the card remained in good condition. Finally, Thompson decided it was time to locate the owner. She used social media to find the owners and hand-delivered the postcard to Robert Stuckey, who lives in Indiana. Robert Stuckey explained the postcard was from his father to his grandmother and was originally mailed during World War II. He said he would never let it out of his sight, adding, “It was like he was there with me. I mean it really was when I saw his name, I got cold chills like he was right there beside me.”—Jim L. Wilson and Jim Sandell
Woman delivers postcard to rightful owner 70 years after it was sent, By Natalie Russell, http://www.14news.com/story/29970989/woman-delivers-postcard-to-rightful-owner-70-years-after-it-was-sent, Accessed September 6, 2015.
Proverbs 25:11 (HCSB) A word spoken at the right time is like gold apples on a silver tray.