When Trevor Webb first wrote Cathy Knorr, it was in 6th grade. 22 years later, at their wedding, that innocent token of affection is displayed at their wedding.
The pair met at Ferry Pass Middle School in Pensacola, Florida, in 1990. They were married in October this year, NY Daily News chronicles.
“Dear Cathy, I still like you and I still want you to go with me. I know Brad likes you. Please decide who you're going to go with. Think hard and let me know your decision,” Webb wrote on a piece of paper ripped out of his notebook.
He must have been so shy, that he had to put his feelings in writing. Then he tried to hide his affection from their peers, writing “Don't let anyone see this” on the top.
“I'll be standing at the end of this hall and the beginning of the other hall. Meet me there as soon as school's out and you can tell me. Sincerely, Trevor,” he ends.
Unfortunately, Cathy didn't exactly feel the same way, and went out with another boy just two weeks after receiving it. She did hold on to the letter, though, which she kept in a shoe box.
They were only reunited after college, when they both moved back home, but, throughout all that time, they remained friends.