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For more than six decades after they parted ways, the two octogenarians who are high-school sweethearts in Virginia and recently got married. In a sweet nod to their ill-fated reunion, the happy couple hosted their reception at the 1950s-inspired restaurant, where they had their first date, after a revival in their relationship with you.
A story of a love that has since been compared to a Hallmark movie,” Bob and Harvey Annette Adkins said, “I do” on Oct. 19, in Westerville, Ohio is 63 years old, after the first time they went “steady” as a junior at Gar-Field High School in Woodbridge, Va.
“She was the most beautiful girl I have ever seen in my life,” Harvey, 80, told the Newark, new jersey in Favour of his meeting with his future wife, while in the eleventh grade. “I am incredibly, completely, one hundred percent in love with her. We had a wonderful junior year.”
“We went steady in junior year, 1955-56,” Adkins, 80, said.
For more than six decades after they parted ways, the two octogenarians who are high-school sweethearts, in a recent Virginia in the south
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This summer, they are years in Florida with her family, where she falls in love with a guy named John Callahan, whom she eventually married in 1961.
On the way back to school in the fall, the young woman had to break the hard news to her beau that she had fallen for one another.
“Bob comes up to me. I’m at my locker. He’s got his arms outstretched for a hug, and I said, ‘Bob, I’ve found someone else, and I don’t want to date you anymore,'” Adkins remembered. “I am sorry for the hardness of [today]'” she added.
Nice guy, I’m the Southern gentleman, ” I said, ‘fine,'” Harvey recalled, in which to spend the rest of his senior year, his girlfriend as a “very, very lonely.”
“She was the most beautiful girl I have ever seen in my life,” Harvey, 80, said of his meeting with his future wife, while in the eleventh grade. “I am incredibly, completely, one hundred percent in love with her. We had a wonderful junior year.”
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Please try to understand this: I am still madly in love with…,” he said.
After graduation, the two moved on. Adkins is married Callahan, raised their children, and is studying nursing. Harvey fell in love with a woman named Diana, to marry her in 1959 and the start of a family. He has enjoyed a career as a law enforcement officer, a bailiff and a teacher, a Lawyer, are reported.
In the past few years, both Adkins and Harvey, lost their husbands. Adkins’ husband passed away in January of 2015, while in Her to care for his wife until she lost her battle with cancer in march of 2017.
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A few months ago, Harvey thought, from his high-school sweetheart, and just Googled her. He told me that his heart dropped to the floor,” and when he had found her husband’s obituary, and to make sure that they may have found a new partner in the four years since he died.
Coincidentally, Adkins had to think of her old boyfriend, after the discovery of an undeveloped roll of the camera with a film that consisted of pictures of the two together at prom, in the mid-1950s, ” the Lawyer said.
To make up for the lost time, the two dated and decided to get married – a decision that, they say that they have felt confirmed, after praying for their husbands ‘ blessings, and the finding of the plates.
Be inspired to reach out, Harvey is devoted to the care of the team that made the Callahan, and sent Adkins a condolence card with his phone number.
A little over a week later, on Friday, Adkins, and had given them to him, as well. Catching up, she invited Her to visit her in Ohio where she now lives – an offer which he quickly accepted.
By Sunday, the Harvey’s had passed in the Buckeye State, and after leaving his Virginia home at 5 am to drive 500 miles.
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“My heart was soaring. I had brought flowers, ” he recalled of their meeting.
“He held my face in his hands and then he kissed me”,” the bride said, indicating that they both had the feeling that he was like 1956 all over again.”
“We’ve just corrected it immediately,” Adkins added.
To make up for the lost time, the two dated and decided to get married, a decision they say they would have felt confirmed in it, after praying for their husbands ‘ blessings, and the finding of the plates.
“We both feel the Lord has been instrumental in getting us back together,” the groom said to the Lawyer.
Two weeks ago, the couple said “I do” at the Central College Presbyterian Church, and was celebrated with a reception at the Nutcracker Family Restaurant is chosen, in particular, to the 1950’s-inspired décor and memorabilia. Adkins’ daughter, has been compared with that of their unbelievable reunion was to be a ” Hallmark movie.”
Beyond its theme, the Nutcracker was an obvious choice because it was the first of the newly married couple had their “first” date in more than 60 years of age.
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At the reception, the new Mr. and Mrs. danced on the “Opportunity” by Johnny Mathis – a favorite tune from the days when a couple of teenagers at prom.
“Sometimes, I think I can’t love her, but then there’s tomorrow,” Harvey said of his bride, and who declares that he will love her “until the Twelfth of Never one of the other Cars to tune) and that was a long, long, long, long time.”