Afternoon, readers. Tonight another episode, the second of Signed, Sealed, Delivered airs on Hallmark Channel. Because of this, I cannot let the opportunity pass by to use this as a reminder to tune in. Aside from that excellent excuse for this rare Sunday post, guys I just have to say, this episode… it’s precious. I’m grateful to have seen it because I nearly skipped out due to time and busyness, however it was the perfect way to relax for 40-some minutes. Being a proud American girl that I am, I confess the story driving home points on patriotism, courage and bravery, and honor is the biggest reason for this.Tonight on Hallmark Channel! Signed, Sealed, Delivered Episode Two #FWarchives Click To Tweet
This week, the dead letter division of the U.S. postal service, which includes, of stickler-for-details, Oliver O’Toole (Eric Mabius); newbie Shane (Kristen Booth); the kind Rita (Crystal Lowe); and the stamps guy, Norman (Geoff Gustafson), comes across a letter that sends the gang on a journey to find a soldier.
Kudos to the writers, producers and whoever should be thanked for this episode. Its message, storytelling and acting is beautiful. I didn’t expect this “level” of poignancy in a series that is usually more about the “fun”; I’m not being critical as is my kind of show. Uncharacteristic of my personality, I tend to be an internal emotion as opposed to an outward reaction, I’ll admit that I tear up during tonight’s episode, To Whom it May Concern. Emotional feelings play a part in this but there is still a great sense of easy humor, which makes for a pleasant experience versus the norm of today’s television. All I will leave you with is this; if you’re a fan of this new series, be sure to tune in to the Hallmark Channel tonight. You won’t regret it
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