This Woman Marries A Disabled Man…But At Her Wedding She Experiences The Surprise Of Her Life! That Is So Moving And Beautiful

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In this article we will write about one wedding that definitely everyone will remember. This is a story about Kevin Taylor.


Kevin broke his leg 13 years ago, and the complicated healing process changed his life forever. He developed Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy of also known as RSD, a nerve disorder his doctor called the worst case he has ever seen. In 2009 there were even worse news: his leg had to be amputated.

Kevin tried to deal with this new situation as well as he could. His friends say: “The most remarkable thing about Kevin is that he never complained, despite what happened to him”.

After these unpleasant events, his life has changed forever. He met the love of his life. It was love at first sight when he met his future wife. The Texan woman did not care for the wheelchair at all. There was a connection immediately. They decided to marry and began planning the day immediately, inviting their friends and family. But Kevin Taylor planned behind his future wife’s back a first class surprise.

On the day of the wedding, the guests have all arrived and the bride enters the room, accompanied by her father. The priest speaks the words to those present: “Please stand.” And that is exactly what Kevin Taylor did! Tears roll down his soon-to-be wife’s cheeks and she is completely perplexed. Too stunned to speak a single word. She sees her soul mate standing for the first time ever.

Kevin Taylor had been planning this moment for months. He began hysiotherapy secretly, training for countless hours, until the seemingly impossible came true. He learned to walk with his prosthetic, despite the describable pain caused by his illness. He managed to strengthen once atrophied muscles in his leg. Until the point where he was able to stand and look at his future wife in the eyes on their wedding day. It is almost impossibleI to imagine how she felt on her wedding day.





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