Julie Nixon Eisenhower wrote a wonderful book about 15 years ago (give or take a year) that she entitled Special People. This daughter of the late President Richard Nixon and his late wife Pat, wrote a very moving and detailed account about five special people in her life.
I've often thought that I would like to write such a book as well. There are so many special people who's stories should be told, and preserved for all who will come after us.
I can think of several very special people whom I'd love to chronicle:
Dr R Hollis Gause, Professor, Church of God Theological Seminary, Cleveland, TN
Bishop Raymond M Pruitt, retired minister, Oxford, MS.
Mrs Jane F Pearson, retired teacher, and mom "extraordinaire".
Dr Charles Paul Conn, President, Lee University, Cleveland, TN
Richard M. Daley, Mayor, The City of Chicago.
Mrs. Mary Smith Morris, Musician/teacher/mother and so many others things, Crisfield, MD.
Maybe I do need to start writing that book, after all.
If you were writing about "special people"--whom would you choose?