“I was privileged to witness something incredible in the last few months of my grandma’s life.
This was the unwavering love my grandparents shared.
My grandfather wouldn’t be able to survive without Grandma. We used to joke with him.
However, things have changed in the past year.
This has led me to conclude that Romeo and Juliet aren’t necessarily the most romantic love story.
Grandma and grandpa grew up together.
Grandma was always there for her during the most challenging time of her life.
He had to learn to clean and cook for her during six rounds of chemotherapy.
Grandpa holds her hand.
Attendance at all medical appointments.
He did not want her to be alone for even a moment, so he would not leave the house unless someone else took over.
His dedication and comments about how everyone enjoyed being together, particularly those waiting in the waiting room, astonished the medical staff.
He was there for her every day, even when she was in the hospital or hospice.
He is contacting me to ask me for help decorating the house and creating signs, as he believes she will soon return.
He is the one that holds her hand, strokes her cheek, and kisses her forehead.
All things are absorbed.
He would cry every time he felt that she might feel uncomfortable.
She is stunning. She is beautiful, and she looks so lovely. He agreed.
After several strokes, her body began to weaken.
He complimented her every day on how beautiful she looked.
They experienced an enduring, unbreakable love.
Although the couple would have celebrated 60 years of marriage next month, it wouldn’t have been enough.
His last words to her were, “Oh, you’re so precious. Goodnight, honey.”
Witnessing his love for her is a powerful reminder to make intelligent decisions.
It would help if you chose a friend who will be your closest confidant for at least 60 years.
Who will hold your hand in good and bad situations, especially in the latter?
A person who doesn’t feel ashamed or hesitant about expressing their affection.
Who loudly proclaims, in front of a large group, “She is the most beautiful thing, and I love her so much!”
This is the definition of love.
They met in their 20s at a cycling club in England. I think it’s safe to say they were there for the first time.
They pedaled hard and fought their way up every hill life gave them.
They continued to try to be each other’s teammates and exchanged encouragement when they felt discouraged or worn down.
They won the most incredible race, a life of love and happiness together.
It was a great gift to capture one of their last precious moments together.
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