Sweet Things


So I was browsing around TIME.com and found this link.

I found it very sweet…

…and sweet things should be shared 🙂

Here’s some quotes from the lovely grandpa and granny who stays in love after forever 😀

Moses and Tessie Rubenstein

“Everyday my wife expresses her love for me. She says, “Did I tell you how much I love you today?” Everyday—everyday she says that.”

—Moe Rubenstein, Sheepshead Bay, Brooklyn, New York. August 24, 2008 

Jose and Leila Ramos

“Little by little we age, but we don’t change in our hearts. Love gets stronger. That is the way I feel. I believe he feels the same way. Yes, he was my first love. My first love and my last.”

—Leila Ramos, Williamsburg, Brooklyn, New York. March 20, 2009

Abe and Jean Small

“April 14th will be our 68th wedding anniversary. That’s right, you heard it! Friends ask me how I managed to get someone like Jean. I have one expression—I prayed well.”

—Abe Small, Sheepshead Bay, Brooklyn, New York. March 2, 2011

Gino and Angie Terranova

“You really don’t think about getting older. First of all, you’re aging together and, when you see a person constantly, you don’t notice big changes. Like you don’t notice, oh you’re getting a little wrinkle here and tomorrow you say, oh it’s a little deeper. No those are things that just happen. You don’t pay attention to those things. You dont realize it—really. You don’t realize that you’re—I mean—I’m not thinking everyday—oh my husband’s 83 years old he’s gonna be 84. Oh my goodness, I’m married to an old man. And, I hope he feels that way too.”

—Angie Terranova, West Brighton, Staten Island, New York. December 26, 2007


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