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youngwanderrlust:

I found this old pic of my grandparents on their wedding day and it makes me feel a lot of things
one of my biggest regrets in life is not getting to know my grandma better before she passed a few years ago
i guess the point of this post is never hesitate to tell the people you love just how much you appreciate them because it may very well be the last chance you get to say it

youngwanderrlust:

I found this old pic of my grandparents on their wedding day and it makes me feel a lot of things

one of my biggest regrets in life is not getting to know my grandma better before she passed a few years ago

i guess the point of this post is never hesitate to tell the people you love just how much you appreciate them because it may very well be the last chance you get to say it

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Future Baseball Hall of Famer Roberto Clemente married his beautiful bride Vera in 1964. The Puerto Rican born Clemente joined the Pittsburgh Pirates in 1955 when racial tension was still high among some major league players and media. He was famous for his charitable work and passed away in a 1972 plane crash assisting with delivery of emergency relief packages to victims of a massive Nicaraguan earthquake. (Wiki).

Future Baseball Hall of Famer Roberto Clemente married his beautiful bride Vera in 1964. The Puerto Rican born Clemente joined the Pittsburgh Pirates in 1955 when racial tension was still high among some major league players and media. He was famous for his charitable work and passed away in a 1972 plane crash assisting with delivery of emergency relief packages to victims of a massive Nicaraguan earthquake. (Wiki).

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