The third day you met me you proposed. – Mmhm. And you gave me you Bombardiers ring, remember? That was my engagement ring. – Engagement ring. [LAUGHING] Everyday for a whole year I received a letter. The postman said, well Reva, here’s your letter from Junior today. So for a whole year I got a letter every single day. He had those sparkling, blue eyes, and he was always smiling, and he was full of energy. He had the same energy 10 years my senior that I had. He’s slowed down now [LAUGHS] he’s an old man, but he was vibrant and full of energy and we really had a good time. In August it’ll be 68 years, but we’ve always worked as a team and we’ve learned to respect eachother’s talents and likes and dislikes. And right now we’re doing reverse roles, for the first half of our marriage, or over, he took excellent care of me and everything so I didn’t have any worries and responsibilities. But, in the senior, challenging period, we’ve reversed roles, so I’m taking care of him. [LAUGHING] PRODUCER: What do you think your secrets to getting to almost 70 years of marriage are? Teamwork, and I think you have to continually be interested in different things. You can’t stay stagnant. You have to change as the world changes too. – And have faith in one another too. In the beginning I did more or less what he wanted me to do, but with some concessions. – But she knows what we like, and I know what she likes. We match. We work as a team now with the things. PRODUCER: How long did it take to get there? [LAUGHING] A while.