A lot of women dream of having the perfect wedding, but as we know, things don’t always go as planned. But when you love someone enough, you won’t let anything keep you apart — not even death.
Heather Mosher, for instance, probably didn’t plan to get married in a hospital bed, wearing a wedding dress and an oxygen mask. But that’s what she did on December 22 while surrounded by friends and family.
Heather was battling stage 4 cancer and knew she wasn’t going to make it, but she wanted to spend her last hours doing something that made her incredibly happy — being with the people she loved the most and celebrating that love with a wedding ceremony. She passed away 18 hours later. Her vows were some of her last words.
Okay, can someone pass me a tissue? I’m definitely not the only person tearing up right now.
I'm in tears. May Heather rest in peace, and may God comfort her husband, her family and friends.
— Patti Singer 🚑🌊😷420🎨❄📚🎭📓🎗✝️☮ ⚽️📢📸 (@DramaQueen4Jesu) December 30, 2017
Love is a powerful thing.
— Carmen Yulín Cruz (@CarmenYulinCruz) December 31, 2017
Maybe we can learn something from Heather and Dave’s love.
Lesson. Don't take anything for granted. Live each moment to the fullest & be kind to one and other. 🛐 https://t.co/oXXR9nJYJI
— 🇨🇦Leslie🇨🇦🏴 (@Leslie_M) January 1, 2018
She embraced every moment she had, and ended with love. Powerful lesson to us all. https://t.co/BPvSSAHpjL
— ReluctantCaregiver (@ReluctantCare) January 2, 2018
Don’t be afraid to tell people you love them. Don’t put off your happiness out of fear. Live your life to the fullest and love with all your heart. You never know when you won’t have the time to put it off anymore.