"The lights went on back in my entire life," Virginia Byrne, 95, stated.
Together again, in the beginning.
Virginia, 95, and Jack Byrne, 94, managed to observe their 72nd wedding anniversary in person after spending over annually.
Based on their daughter, Rosemary Byrne, because her dad lives in a memory care centre and her mum lives on her own, both have been able to observe each other because of COVID-19 limitations.
Rosemary Byrne wrote"World News Tonight" to provide the great news.
"As my Mother was waiting to visit my Dad, she said,'Every moment feels like an hour.
"The lights went on back in my entire life, since I managed to be this near my spouse for the first time in over a year," Virginia Byrne stated. "I looked into his eyesand his eyes sparkled as they did when we were near together"
"It was a fantastic moment. I could barely go," she added.
Virginia Byrne said the couple is back together again and she expects that others will have heartwarming reunions soon.
"I am hopeful that today many people are going to have the ability to share this sort of instant as vaccinations defeat this robber of togetherness," she explained.