Grab a box of Kleenex. You will need them.
Everyone loves a good love story, unless your name is the Grinch or Scrooge. Titanic literally scarred me for life. Growing up, I thought it was the fact that the ship sank. Later in life, I realized that I was scarred by the fact that losing the one person you love is rather inevitable. Not too long ago a video was upload of a man named Howard, 92, singing to his dying wife of 73 years on her death bed. The video quickly went viral causing viewers world wide to feel a love as strong as theirs.
According to the elderly couples granddaughter Erin Solari, her grandmother, Laura, 93, is currently living in a hospice facility, "making peace with her final days" and Solari was "lucky enough to capture this precious, heart-melting moment between the two of them." In the video seen above, Howard is singing one of Laura's the love song she would listen to when he was away at war and the same song they sang they renewed their vows after 50 years. Although Laura can't hear too well, she heard her husband singing and said she wanted to hold him. Howard can't walk on his own, but managed to come closer in his wheelchair just enough for his wife to hold him.
Now that's what you call love.