Imagine the kind of love these two share when, after surgery, this man doesn’t remember a thing and sees his wife for the first time—he thinks he’s won the lottery.
Would we choose our loves all over again, if our memory was wiped clean?
Would we see them once again as the most perfect thing we’ve ever come across?
More importantly, if we aren’t waking up each and every day telling the person we love most how we feel, the way this man has told his wife, why not?
Let’s remember (and remind him or her) we’re in love.
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