In the mid-20th century, overt racism was socially acceptable.
Barbara Rowan, a well-educated polyglot, did not suffer racism in silence. She used humor to show her antagonists how wrong they were.
She married the whitest man possible, Harry Gossett. They expected the worst.
They loved and laughed together for nearly 18,000 days in a row.
When he lost her to Covid-19, Harry decided to share some of their stories. Nothing morbid or maudlin. Their life together was a daily delight.
When things did not go their way, motorcycle wrecks for example, they stayed focused on their mission in life: to make one another happy. And that paid great dividends.