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These Couple Were Married for 62 Years And Passed Away Together

It may seem like those Hollywood movies but it is not. This story of a Californian couple is real. They were married for 62 years and passed away just some hours apart. This love story has made shed some tears and made a lot of people speak widely about it.

Maxime and Dom fell in love in 1952.

Their love did not change, despite the years they lived with each other.

They did everything together: They traveled and adopted two children.

Getting older has never been a problem to their relatiosnhip.

Recalling some memories and the sweet times they have spent together.

They were best friends, lovers and husband and wife.

The moment when she was leaving life, she clung his hand as the last time they can be together.

After she passed away first, he did not want to live alone and God has fulfilled his wish and followed her into eternity.

The last thing he said was: “This is my beautiful wife!,” and he smiled blissfully. Those were the last words Maxine would hear.

This is the real meaning of the sentence I will love you for ever.

Source: Crystal


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After 77 Years Of Marriage, Loving Couple Embrace As They Enter Heaven Together

When you get married, one of the vows that everyone usually includes in the ceremony is “Til death do us part.” Unfortunately, in this day and age of impulsive decision-making and quick divorces, it doesn’t always play out like that.

One elderly couple, however, took those words quite literally. Their granddaughter shared a photo of them on Reddit, showing the 100-year-old man holding hands with his 96-year-old bride as they both slowly wait for death after 77 beautiful years together.

The heartbreakingly beautiful picture quickly went viral, with millions of users sharing it all over social media. The granddaughter, a Reddit user named RealLiveGirl, posted the following caption to the image: “My Grandma, 96, with my Grandpa, 100, hours before her death this weekend. 77 years of marriage.”

After the photo went viral, she added a little more information, saying, “I know they are my grandparents. But this picture is seriously the saddest and cutest thing I’ve ever seen.” Thousands of people agreed with her, with many well-wishers offering their condolences.

“Sorry for your loss,” wrote Redditor CramPacked. “But what a ‘great’ way to go. Holding hands with your spouse, in a warm bed, presumably with loved ones around. Sympathy to your Grandfather who lost his lifelong wife. God bless all around.”

Many users also shared their own personal stories of loss and love. Shockingly, there were also some hate-filled comments received, but most of them were positive and sympathetic. Most people agreed that as sad as it was, there was something undeniably beautiful about a love so enduring. We should all be so fortunate, and I can definitely say that if I had to choose my death, this would be it. Now please excuse me while I go tell my wife how much I love her through all these blubbering tears.

Source: wimp.com


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When I Am Old

When I am an old woman I shall wear purple

With a red hat that doesn’t go, and doesn’t suit me,

And I shall spend my pension on brandy and summer gloves

And satin sandals, and say we’ve no money for butter.

I shall sit down on the pavement when I am tired,

And gobble up samples in shops and press alarm bells,

And run my stick along the public railings,

And make up for the sobriety of my youth.

I shall go out in my slippers in the rain

And pick the flowers in other people’s gardens,

And learn to spit.

You can wear terrible shirts and grow more fat,

And eat three pounds of sausages at a go,

Or only bread and pickle for a week,

And hoard pens and pencils and beer mats and things in boxes.

But now we must have clothes that keep us dry,

And pay our rent and not swear in the street,

And set a good example for the children.

We will have friends to dinner and read the papers.

But maybe I ought to practise a little now?

So people who know me are not too shocked and surprised,

When suddenly I am old and start to wear purple!

Jenny Joseph