Thursday, May 10

To watch:

A beautiful story of true love. This has been making its rounds and if you haven't seen it, please watch. For me, it puts so much of my own marriage into perspective. You can scroll down to the bottom of the page and pause the music playing on the blog.

9 comments:

Joy said...

Oh my goodness, Hannah, this made me cry, and cry, and cry. Such a beautiful picture of unconditional love.

My husband has some very difficult health issues that we've been walking through for much of our 14 years of marriage. It has been such a struggle, and there has been a lot of heartbreak. And yet, it hasn't been as big as a brain injury. And I do love him so much.

Thank you so much for posting such an inspiring video.

♥Joy

Anonymous said...

Wow , thank you for sharing this.
sue in nj

Jennifer said...

Thank you for posting this! I love Ian and Larissa's story : ) Ian is actually the nephew of one of the elders in my church, so we have been praying for him for a long time. It is awesome to see the power of God in their marriage : )

Kristin said...

That was beautiful...
I hadn't seen it until now.
What a courageous woman.

Googs said...

This is a beautiful story. Thanks you for sharing!

Theresa said...

That was beautiful. Sitting here crying.

Anonymous said...

So sweet. What a testimony.

Anonymous said...

This is a very wonderful love story i've ever seen.This made me cry a lot.
This is a very good example of what two lovers during thier wedding day promise to love each other ..for better or for worst, foe health or for illness, 'till death they do part..
Thank you for posting this great video.This challenged me to care and to love my husband more and more..
May God Bless you.

Missy said...

WOW, This is so neat. My mom had brain cancer for 20 yrs. It was so hard to lose her before she actually passed away. My dad showed us what true love is. He stayed beside her and cared for her to the end. She couldn't speak and didn't always know us for a long time.