Stories like Fault in Our Stars and A Walk To Remember are the classics that make us believe in love, but do such love stories survive in the real world? Yes, of course, they do! All you have to do is to not cease to believe in miracles.
Heather Mosher, a US woman who was fighting breast cancer became a bride 18 hours before she died in a hospital. On December 22 at St Francis Hospital and Medical Center in Hartford, she was dressed in her wedding gown and lying on her bed, when she said “I do” to her husband, David Mosher. The 31-year-old school psychologist died the next day.
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The couple from East Windsor fell in love at a swing dancing class in 2015. On December 23, 2016, David Mosher planned to propose Heather to marry him when she was diagnosed with cancer. But that didn’t stop him from proposing to her. They rode a horse-drawn carriage that night.
“I said to myself, ‘She needs to know she’s not going to go down this road alone,’” David told WFSB-TV.
Despite chemotherapy and surgeries, the cancer continued to spread and she was put on a ventilator. They decided to get married on December 30, 2017 but doctors asked them to plan the wedding sooner, so the date was moved up.
On the wedding day, Heather’s family and friends helped her into her gown and a wig. The couple exchanged their vows in the hospital’s chapel.
David Mosher said that some of his wife’s final words were her wedding vows.
“It was just like surreal because I’m supposed to be exchanging vows to her and here I am saying goodbye,” he told ABC News.
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Heather Mosher’s funeral was held on December 30, which was the original date of her wedding.
It’s a love story that makes you and breaks you in the same split second, isn’t it?