Saturday, October 22, 2016

Can everyone find love again?

Millie Taylor-Morrison had been happily married for 41 years before her husband died in 1992. One of the guests at her long-ago wedding was Harold Morrison. Over the decades, she and Harold lost touch, but reconnected at New Beginning Faith Fellowship Ministries in Orange, NJ. When Harold got sick, Millie picked him up and took him to church every Sunday. When he became too ill to stay alone, she invited him to move in with her. His health returned, and after a year they decided to get married. Why? Because as a Christian she felt strongly about having a man in the house without being married, and she wanted to be a good role model for her granddaughters. She is 86. He is 85.

                                                                                                  Courtesy of family
A former model, Millie made her elegant outfit for the October 16 wedding. According to Millie's granddaughter, "The look on everyone's face when they saw her, but especially the look on Harold's face when he saw her walking down the aisle -- it was the absolute sweetest thing you could ever see. He teared up. It was beautiful. My Nana just beamed with happiness. This is a true testament that age is just a number and everyone can find love again."  (Note: Since it began "Crumbs of Comfort" has received more than 30,000 page views, and has 800 inspiring posts in its archive. Thank you, readers.)

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