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This Dying Woman Married The Love Of Her Life And Her Vows Became Her Last Words

Love is the strongest force in the world. It is quite difficult to move on after the departure of our beloved ones. Though you must have tried to hold them so close to your heart and let nothing hurt them, you can never stop the Grim Reaper from taking them away from you.

Sometimes the only thing we can hold to is fond memories of the ones we love. Here’s is a heart-wrenching story of a couple who got married and stayed together till death did them apart.

Just minutes before she took her last breath on 22 December 2017, she said her wedding vows and married the love of her life. Her pictures are now viral on the internet as they touched millions of hearts around the globe.

Heather Mosher got married to David Mosher at St. Francis Hospital in Connecticut. As her final words...she recited her wedding vows. Nobody ever thought she would come so far and it literally felt like she crossed the finishing line after running a long marathon.

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The couple met in 2015 and they were inseparable ever since. Their happy lives were soon destroyed on 23rd December 2016, when Heather found out that she was diagnosed with breast cancer. Although some cases of breast cancer can be cured, unfortunately for her, lady luck was not on her side. She was told that her condition is terminal and it completely shattered the couple’s world.

Knowing that she will be gone very soon, David proposed to her on the very same day. "She didn't know I was going to propose that night, but I said to myself, she needs to know she's not going to go down this road alone," he said.

Tragedy strikes again and this time the news was 10 times worse than the previous ones. She was diagnosed with triple negative breast cancer which is the worst and the most aggressive type of breast cancer.

Credits: WFSB

They decided to get married on the 30th December, but seeing her health deteriorate they preponed their ceremony on 22 December.

David said, "She's my great love, and I'm going to lose her, but I'm not losing her forever. Heather said, 'I want to keep fighting,' so that's the mantra I'm picking up. She was able to fight until the end, I'm going two fight until my end."

We pray that David finds his unrequited love beyond this realm and we also hope that he is able to cope up with this magnanimous loss. 

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