Novia cumple su sueño de casarse antes de morir 9 enero, 2018 MUNDO Heather Lindsay, de 31 años y su novio David Mosher, de 35, adelantaron su boda por las pocas probabilidades de que ella sobreviviera unos días más para casarse el día acordado. La pareja había iniciado su relación en 2015, luego de que se conocieron en unas clases de baile, en Estados Unidos, y después de más de un año de estar juntos, Mosher le propuso matrimonio, el 26 de diciembre de 2016. Sin embargo, antes de hacerle la propuesta, a Heather le detectaron un violento cáncer de mama que ya le había invadido algunos órganos. A pesar del grave problema, David se mantuvo con su idea de casarse. Heather aceptó y acordaron casarse el 30 de diciembre de 2017. Standing in front of everyone in the chapel, I was hesitant to pull out my camera. As someone who wanted nothing more than to see my friend truly happy, I felt I had to capture these images, which by this point I knew were her final moments with us. What you clearly see here is two people who were destined to be joined as one. A love like no other captured for all to see. My gift to her. A post shared by Christina (@christina.lee.photography) on Dec 27, 2017 at 10:02am PST Pero días antes de su gran día, los médicos dijeron que era poco probable que la novia llegara con vida a esa fecha, ya que su enfermedad se había expandido. Por eso decidieron adelantar la boda para el 22 de diciembre. Desde ese día hasta ahora, las imágenes del matrimonio, que se celebró en la capilla del hospital en el que Heather estaba internada, se han viralizado y han conmovido a miles de usuarios en redes sociales. Heather's mother, Linda Lindsay, poured out light, love and support on Heather and all of us who were there with her. The amount of strength her mom showed could only be possible because of her unwavering faith in God, despite the certainty she would lose her only daughter on this earth. Her outpouring of selfless love reminded me of Heather's reaction to tragedy in other's lives. Heather has shown me this same care when I was in a very dark and hopeless place. She learned this language of love from her family and was able to comfort others in this same way. Like mother like daughter. Missing you this Christmas morning, Heather, but I know you are celebrating with the one who gives us the real joy and peace of the Christmas season. Sing and dance with the angels for me today. Merry Christmas my dear friend! A post shared by Christina (@christina.lee.photography) on Dec 27, 2017 at 9:42pm PST Heather chose to spend her last hours celebrating surrounded by people she loved and who loved her. How do I know God is real? Because He was filling her with joy despite the fact that outwardly her body was failing. She chose to let God carry her, instead of wasting her last hours angry at him for allowing this illness. And carry her he did. He carried her home. A post shared by Christina (@christina.lee.photography) on Jan 1, 2018 at 5:33pm PST Ese bonito momento se vio ensombrecido porque tan sólo 18 horas después falleció. “Tuvimos el año más duro de nuestra vida, pero también un gran amor”, declaró su marido tras el fallecimiento. Earned her wings! One of my dearest friends got married this past Friday, December 22nd, to the man of her dreams. She had been battling stage 4 cancer and it had spread all throughout her body, but she was determined to marry her soul mate. Less than 24 hours later her spirit flew from her body and ascended to be with God. I am in awe of the strength Dave's love inspired in Heather even in her last hours. She was his great love and he was hers. Heather, I miss and love you more than I can say. Thank you for sharing this life's journey with me. ❤️ A post shared by Christina (@christina.lee.photography) on Dec 26, 2017 at 4:46pm PST Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYou must be logged in to post a comment.