Couple survives COVID-19, cancer, and chemo

Robert and Janice Beecham vowed to stay together through sickness and health when they got married in 1974.
4:30 | 09/16/20

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You this sentence I'm risk. You have apple. The other comfort when Accra. Your mouth lone mountain and I want. We Manning has whom houses basketball player and she looks truly. We women's gymnasium and somebody dinner. To welcome to me and accuse me. I still up in his chair and I say hey Robert beans and gotten here. And we came I keys. After days been like. Me for dead or. Like have dropped genes. We got married Norma birthday April 15 nineteen simple. Its biggest bank and I knew they. Susan. Cold or flu and when I lived here going to the hospital the night before Torre. Because there whistles trick and I told I'm ready to come home. I started to. Cried and I know and I think it was no. And they come my name and I'm like I can't go. And I got to get the end. And I was Chinese banks have been Lou I've always been there for him. Do everything. Yeah. C and. Getting you know I mean here's Tony about is his life I told him it's not fair. My anniversary is coming up and I mean a hospital. His main focus is getting that his life and being of his life like helping her get through which she was going through. You can close your eyes and just the way they talk about each other you can just feel the love. We knew to get all the time. I. When someone is not fair. We always do get. It would go to the grocery store anywhere without having it be okay you need something real. He said probably. Pictures you've probably. And I'm team comes. New York City. I don't care how many bedrooms he has where is master bedrooms look anywhere is living rooms look it is kitchen we went through. You proper precautions and and Patterson and her bedroom and now Portuguese state totally. Her fourteen days. My heart happy I couldn't have. Indymac didn't do anything outstanding and away from them a much. So that you home you know it just to see his face. It was like oh my god. Just to be at home we will begin drinking. In TJD can be I don't fourteen days ago. Three children. He called me an ounce of my life. It was just such a special moment in his state beat you know over all our hard work and then just getting him back there with his life and and my wife and hurried or sitting in the car and and we need to Regis. When the cheers of his especially in being a you know position always see patients at their worst times and it's when I was not a scratch you got to hear him and I was fast times you know with his life celebrating his anniversary. Point catastrophe hands and in this country. Good people I'm underway to come again. An immediate. And 62. You like a country.

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