A Wichita Falls couple found out their actually related.
Just three months into their marriage, a Texas couple got the surprise of their lives after discovering that the bride was the groom’s biological granddaughter.
The Wichita Falls couple – who have requested to remain anonymous – came to the startling discovery while looking through the 68-year-old’s photo albums, which included pictures of his first wife and their children. His 24-year-old wife instantly recognized one of the children as her estranged father, who she says kicked her out of the house when she was a teenager after she’d accidentally gotten pregnant.
As the husband explained, he and his first wife had gone through a terrible split, and when she left him, she took their kids with her and moved to an undisclosed location. Despite his efforts to find them, he was never able to, and eventually, he got remarried and started a new family with his second wife. However, that marriage also ended messily – but in a stroke of luck two years later, the 68-year-old ended up winning “several million dollars” in the lottery.
He soon decided he was ready for love again, and after signing up for a dating website, he came across his future wife’s profile. “I just felt strange when I saw her photos,” the man said. “It was like a sense of déjà vu, but at the time I couldn’t figure out why she seemed so familiar.”
Despite finally figuring it out, however, the couple have decided to stay together, and have no plans of getting divorced. “If we’d never found out, we would’ve lived our lives happily together, and us being related shouldn’t change that,” the 68-year-old said
FINAL ICE CREAM WISH GRANTED
A couple of ambulance workers in Australia are being praised for their compassion in going above and beyond to grant a dying man's wish for a last meal.
Ron McCartney battled pancreatic cancer for 17 years and arrangements were made for him to be placed in a hospice care facility.
An ambulance came to his home to pick him up and transport him to the facility. As medics were examining him in the ambulance, they learned that he hadn't been able to eat anything in several days.
Workers then asked if he could eat anything he wants, what would it be? McCartney answered, "A caramel sundae."
So without even a second of hesitation, the ambulance workers made a quick detour to an ice cream shop and bought him a sundae, which he happily ate before arriving at the hospital.
McCartney's daughter thanked the workers for caring so much for her father. She said, "Dad enjoyed this so much and [it] was the last thing he was able to eat by himself. Mum and I cannot thank QAS enough for all the help and compassion you have all given towards us.”
McCartney sadly passed away a short while later. (Good News Network)