in CASE you missed it…GOOD NEWS STORY OF THE DAY

in CASE you missed it…GOOD NEWS STORY OF THE DAY

in CASE you missed it…GOOD NEWS STORY OF THE DAY:

Man With Terminal Diagnosis Spends Last 6 Months Making His Girlfriend’s Dreams Come True

When Chris Price was given just six months to live, he decided to use that time to make his girlfriend’s dreams come true.

In April 2013, the 26-year-old from Wales, who’d previously battled esophageal cancer, was diagnosed with cancer in his liver and lungs, BBC News reported. Price didn’t waste any time before proposing to his girlfriend, Ceri.

Shortly after their August 2013 wedding, Price took Ceri and her four children to Disneyland Paris, where they had the “most magical time,” according to WalesOnline. A few weeks later, they were off to New York City for a romantic getaway.

“If my love could have saved him, he would have lived forever,” Ceri, 29, told the outlet. “We packed so much into the short time we had together.”

Price just wanted to make his wife as happy as possible.

He died in Ceri’s arms last month, and his funeral was held in the same church where the couple wed, according to WalesOnline.

“His illness made him live completely in the moment and he taught me to do the same,” Ceri told BBC News.

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About Matt Case

Seattle native and Edmonds own Matt Case has had a passion for radio from a young age. He now imparts that love onto school kids recording "Today's Word of Encouragement" for the daily feature on air. "Inspiring and planting the seeds of future broadcasters, having some fun, and encouraging kids is what it's all about". His travels to Africa, Israel, Europe, and Central America have further fueled his love of community. Locally Matt has worked with Seattle's Union Gospel Mission as an advocate for the homeless and serving at the Emergency Family Shelter.

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