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After introducing herself to everyone, the man introduced the woman as his girlfriend. Holding hands, laughing, joking with each other as though they were on a first date and stealing kisses whenever the opportunity arose.Seeing this, my friend thought to herself, how wonderful that they have found each other at this late stage in their lives.After everyone returned to the village, my friend asked the nurse who the cute couple was and how long they had been together, only to find out that they had been married for over 60 years!When I heard this story, I started thinking isn't this what we all hope for when we commit to someone for life?