Today we bring a piece of very positive and lovely news that will make you believe that true love still exists. So, we heard this so many times that love has no boundaries. And in love, age is just a number. And this couple proved this statement right. Yes, today we brought you news about a couple. And we are not talking about any youngsters. Yes, it is about two seniors. Both are over 100 years old, and they fell in love and decided to tie the knot.
Two people bump into each other, and then they meet, fall head-over-heels in love, and after a few months, they tie a knot in a courtroom. Sounds cute. Right? Yes, this story is just like this. Cute. Let us see who is this adorable couple and how they met.
John and Phyllis Cook are those two seniors. And both live in Kingston Residence, a senior care facility in Sylvania, Ohio. And as they both are from the same apartment, they found each other and initiated a connection. Moreover, they dated for one year. These centenarians tell it is never too late for love, and there is no limit to love.
Phyllis shared, they both fell in love, and it was like love at first sight. And she also said that people think this is all, a little bit far-fetched for someone their age, but all they know is that they fell in love. And we can see by their pictures how greatly compatible they are, and like in so many ways.
Besides, John is a 100-year-old WWII vet. And both were widows, and they both been married before and not only once but twice. Phyllis also shared that John is not completely doomed sexually, and neither is she. But she had morals, and she believes she can not jump in bed like a Christian until she is married. So, John agreed and decided to go to the courtroom for an official marriage certificate.
People, as a couple, usually live together and celebrate their seven and eight decades of marriage. But Cooks are the one of a hell lucky couple to find love again after turning 100.