Couple reunited by wife's new job

Mary Daniel took a dishwashing job at her husband’s assisted living facility just so she could see him. She tells ABC News' Will Ganss what it was like to reunite after 114 long days.
2:22 | 07/13/20

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I'd rather have these days where it matters most right now today. Then a year from because I don't regret your mouse gonna be Mary Daniels husband Steve was diagnosed with early onset alzheimer's and has been in the memory care unit of an assisted living facility since last July I've been seeing every night they reach settle landmark television and it was just a where he's away in every day. And is he was dozing honestly I don't believe you then and I that I remarks. And they called me on marks the eleventh and send it back. Lockdown rules keeping Mary and Steve apart for a 114. Days I'm gonna miss this period. Where he knows me and loves me and wraps his arms around me under this fat. I'll never get. Until a job washing dishes at the facility opened up. Despite working another full time job Mary jumped at the chance I want the best shortly and that this is yet mean this is. Mary's dishes spotless floors mopped and her husband of 24 years. Happy when I sign for the very first time. He said Mary when he started crying. I mean it was just amazing you know I'm a person I start crying and it was. He a Nazi lay. I'm back repayment I'm not too late not at all Steve's driving with Mary back by his side suggested right to the routine where. Right back. And he is so calling east what is it about Steve did you follow the first place that's a great question he went we both Rockwell hall where huge college football fans we are quite. Opposite team so it's a little controversy sure that he's authority greater number Georgia Bulldogs and area in her house but as they say opposites attract we're just trying to make do what we have may. The best we can. Mary started a support group on FaceBook caregivers for compromise and in just three days it's gained 3000 members. Her goal is to work and officials to find safe ways for families to be able to visit their loves a lot loved ones. We're inside those nursing homes you guys I yat tears here tea that's a story. That we get that we wanted to let up on our base but the degree in advance that come to you got to see that spirit.

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