Earlier this week, Bob a senior citizen residing in Vernon, Connecticut completed 67 years of being happily married to his wife Nancy. However, because of the ongoing COVID-19 outbreak, the nursing homes were taking precautions and the couple wasn't allowed to visit each other. 

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So Bob decided to surprise Nancy with a modern take on Romeo and Juliet. He stood outside of her nursing home, holding an adorable sign in front of Nancy's window along with a bunch of balloons, in a gesture that melted our heart.

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Awestruck by this grand romantic gesture, his long-term wife Nancy couldn't stop giving him flying kisses from her room on the second floor.

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In 67 years, this is the first time that this couple is celebrating their first anniversary apart. Which is why Bob made sure that he did something extra special this year. He added: 

It makes me feel bad because I want her down with me and I know she can't be. 
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Here's a throwback image of the happy couple back in 1953, on the day of their wedding. 

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These hopeless romantic oldies are giving us millennials some major couple goals. BRB, wiping my happy tears.