Best Ever 57th Wedding Anniversary Surprise

He Put On A Tuxedo, Bought Some Flowers And Surprised His Wife In The Hospital
“Oh, And Melted Our Hearts.”

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So whats the story..

Some couples say that after being together for a long time, the spark dies out. All their romantic gestures are left behind and become tedious, boring circles of events. Some even fall out of love.

Then there are couples like James and Elinor Russell.

The pair have known each other almost their entire lives. Raised in neighboring towns in Georgia, they saw each other grow up.

“I’ve known her since she was in pigtails,” James Russell told ABC News.

May 20, 2015 was the couple’s 57th wedding anniversary, but, for what was apparently the first time in the past 57 years, the couple wasn’t together. Elinor was in the hospital, and Jim was home with his family. That, however, didn’t stop this dapper elderly man from pulling off the sweetest surprise for his beloved bride.

“Unannounced, James showed up to Elinor’s hospital room, wearing a tuxedo and carrying a bouquet of flowers and a box of chocolates.”

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“The heartwarming surprise was captured by the Russells’ granddaughter, Reid, who then posted it on Twitter.”

“We genuinely think there are only two words to describe this: RELATIONSHIP. GOALS.”

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Scorpions – Wind Of Change

Wind of Change” is a power ballad written by Klaus Meine, the lead singer of the German rock band Scorpions

It holds the record for the best-selling single by a German artist.

 

It appeared on their 1990 album Crazy World, but did not become a worldwide hit single until 1991—just after the failed coup that led to the collapse of the Soviet Communist regime—when it topped the charts in Germany and across Europe and hit No. 4 in the United States and No. 2 in the United Kingdom. It later appeared on the band’s 1995 live album Live Bites, their 2000 album with the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, Moment of Glory, and on their 2001 unplugged album Acoustica. Worldwide, the single has sold millions of copies, making it one of the best selling singles of all time; a common number given is 14 million copies sold.
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