“Send Me A Sign” is a true story of joy and suffering,
faith and redemption. All Dave needed to do was ask for guidance. A
song, a number, a colorful sky brought the affirmation Dave sought. As
Teresa wrote in one of her last poems, “I will embrace you on the
Dave held the hand of his wife and promised to carry on in absence. He
would have said anything at that point, though, to ease Teresa's
suffering. Deep down, he grappled with how he would actually do it,
with three busy kids to raise on his own.
Friends reminded him of the unspoken one-year rule, the length of time
society said he should wait until dating again. But fate, steered by
the gentle hand of Teresa, had it's own timetable. He was unaware that
the answer lay right around the corner. The redheaded country
songwriter from Nashville had a secret she was bursting to tell. But
could she be accepted?
About The Book "Send Me A Sign": Send Me A Sign was written due to an
overwhelming response from the readers of The Oregonian Newspaper
Article that Doug Binder wrote on Valentine's Day 2002. It was an
article on Dave and Kellie Poulsen-Grill's love story.