True Love Has No Age: Couple Who Once Met In A School Bus Tied The Knot 70 Years Later

True love has no boundaries and age limits. A couple from Wisconsin proved this statement. These two met in 1947, and tied the knot only 70 years later.

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Beautiful love story

Sometimes, two persons simply belong together. They just do! And it’s impossible to explain how it happens.

Do you believe in love at first sight? This beautiful story will definitely make you believe.

Janice and Jim Caitlin from Wisconsin first met in a school bus, in 1947, but it wasn't until recently that they finally reconnected.

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For some reason, Jim and Janice lost the contact and didn’t see each other for seven decades.

Can you imagine their surprise when these two unexpectedly discovered they lived in the same building?

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Janice recalled how they met after so many years:

 I knew him right away when I first saw him.

Jim felt the same. He said:

It's just her, and we just want to stay together.

Marriage after 70 years apart

Jim and Janice hadn’t seen each other for seven decades, and they decided not to lose any precious minute since they reunited.

The lovebirds tied the knot in a beautiful ceremony. After the wedding, the newlyweds met their friends for pizza to celebrate this special day.

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When Jim kissed his new wife for the first time, he confessed he felt like 21 again.

When asked why she fell in love with Jim, Janice replied with a smile:

That’s why I love him, because he loves me.

What a beautiful and inspirational love story! If these man and woman managed to find each other and reunite after so many years apart, it proves true love really exists!

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