15 Photos Which Show Time Can’t Erase Real Love
The idea of “happily ever after” is often associated with the perfect ending for on-screen love stories. However, it’s very much present in tons of people’s daily life. And it doesn’t just mean they found they found their soulmate; it means that they have that one person or even pet who will forever live in their hearts. A few of these stories make their way online and it’s hard not to be moved by them.
Now I’ve Seen Everything collected images of endearing relationships that stood the test of time.
1. “My grandparents married 70 years ago. I can’t describe their love for each other. It’s boundless.”
2. “My grandparents got married in 1956 and have been happily married ever since.”
“Some time ago, they were still going out dancing together every week.”
3. “Every 5 years, my cousins and I take a family photo for my grandma!”
“We were all raised together and see each other more as siblings than cousins!”
4. “Forever bestie”
5. “My grandparents in front of the house my whole family grew up in. Still madly in love and my role models.”
6. “In sixth grade, she asked me to dance. I said yes. 8.5 years later, I asked her to marry me. She said yes.”
7. “26 years ago, my brother and I were adopted into our New Zealand family.”
8. “10 years later and we still love this book.”
9. “Mom got admitted to the hospital, and Dad got admitted while they were checking her in.”
“55 years married and obviously didn’t want a hospital to separate them!”
10. “My grandparents have been together since they were 14. This is what forever love looks like.”
11. “My parents in high school (1970) and now. They’ve been together since 8th grade, and married for 47 years.”
12. “My sister and I reproduced a photo from our childhood this Thanksgiving.”
13. “My grandparents celebrated their fiftieth anniversary last year. They’ve been together since high school.”
14. “When you meet your childhood friend again after so many years.”
15. “My dad and me at the exact same spot on the Isle of Heligoland, 1977 and 2018”
Do you believe in connections that can last forever?